McCulloch Farm ~ Whippoorwill Morgans
Mary Jean Vasiloff
www.whippoorwillmorgans.com
A-1 Morgans
Ida M Liscum & Gary A MacDonell
http://www.a1morgans.com
Gladheart Farm
Jack & Nadette Stang
Corvallis, OR
www.gladheartfarm.com
Matton Morgans
Matt and Tonya Farina
www.mattonmorgans.com
Universal Morgans
Preston and Susan Haun
www.universalmorgan.com
Classic Morgans
Saul & Patricia Winsten
www.classicmorgan.com
Mystik Morgans and Tangowood Morgans
Corrie & Laura MacMurchy
www.mystangomorgans.com
Northwind Morgans
Mike and Paula Vrana
www.northwindmorgans.com
Trinity Oaks Farms
Chris Franklin
www.trinityoaksfarms.com
TruWest Morgans
Bobbie Blanchenship
www.truwestmorgans.com
Mossrose Morgans
John & Jane Pietenpol
http://mossrosemorgans.tripod.com/
Vintage Morgans
Nora Boman
www.vintagemorgans.com
Longstreet Consulting
Ina Ish
www.ina.ish.vicci.us/LongstreetWebSite2.html
White Pine Morgans
Dave and Judy Atchison
www.whitepinemorgans.com
Maggie and Doug Northcott
WorkWize Morgans
www.workwizemorgans.com
Timespan Farms Morgan Horses
David, Nancy Elijah Kist
http://www.timespanfarms.freehosting.net
National Morgan Reining Horse Association
www.nmrha.com
Canadian Morgan Association
www.morganhorse.ca
American Morgan Horse Association
www.morganhorse.com

Stoneworks by Trudi Peek    

Kristi's Mom lives in Port Orchard, WA and started to create these wonderful watercolor paintings, on rocks, of owls and cats. I think they are so well done and pretty that I would like to share them with a lot of other folks. If you are interested in buying any of her critters please feel free to contact my Mom at the e-mail address and/or phone number listed below. She has a tremendous  selection of owls rocks and cats rocks for sale.

Here is Kristi's Mom's story about what she does:

The cats and owls that I love-their snug, rounded bodies, their unique eyes, their elusive beauty and their humor that often peeks out-seems very much at home on the beautiful, light-colored, surf-smoothed stones and driftwood I find in this corner of Washington. Not every stone works, of coarse, but once I decide there is an animal inside a stone, I make a careful drawing and start building up the many layers of its eyes and nose and beaks. I use only transparent watercolor paint so that I don't obliterate the beauty of the stone. Acrylic spray finishes the painting for a durable surface. Elk leather is used for the pedestals and as padding wherever the stone might come into contact with the table or walls.

Trudi Peek
E-Mail: trudipeek@earthlink.net
Website: www.verkstedgallery.com/trudipeek/Index.htm

Phone: 360-895-9566
     
   

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