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4712 W Waco Drive
Waco, TX, 76710

254-772-0907

Valerie Coe

Another Sunrise on the Circle H

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Another Sunrise on the Circle H

525.00

Watercolor on paper, 11 x 14

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The pure joy and contentment I find on the back of a horse provides the focus and the inspiration for my work. My painting celebrates the essential role of the horse in ranch life and the bond between horse and rider that so deeply defines Western culture. Nothing absorbs or delights me more than using my paintbrush to capture the animals, people, and scenes of our ranching communities.

"For me, watercolor is a deeply satisfying medium. Its vibrancy, spontaneity, and unpredictability challenge me every time I pick up a brush. Watercolor allows me the freedom to heighten colors and enhance subjects, creating a new reality, which is so central to the joy of being an artist. "

My husband, Ned, and I raise Red Anus cattle on the edge of the Great Basin, work that not only inspires me nut provides me with an abundance of subject matter.

Valerie and her husband, Ned, raise Red Angus cattle on the edge of the Great Basin which provides her with an abundance of subject matter. This ranching lifestyle lends itself to much time spent on the back of a horse where Valerie finds joy and contentment that flow over into every aspect of her work .  Her work celebrates the essential role of the horse in ranch life and the bond between horse and rider that so deeply defines Western culture. Valerie finds the vibrancy, spontaneity, and unpredictability challenging but allows her the freedom to heighten colors and enhance subjects, creating a new reality, which is so central to the joy of being an artist.
  " Nothing absorbs or delights me more than using my paintbrush to capture the animals, people, and scenes of our ranching communities."