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  • What I love about this painting is that it is a peaceful country setting with beautifully painted leaves and grass and trees and a sky that is so warm that it hardly looks like a painting at all
  • Overall, I find this painting to be such a beautiful one and June Dudley has done an amazing job in capturing a loving moment between a girl and a horse

    • by Susanna Frank
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      The painting “An Apple a Day” by June Dudley is so warmly capturing a county moment with a horse and child bonding over an apple that I have found myself staring at this painting without a known reason as to why. I have come to realize that it is most likely due to fact that this painting is so pure and beautiful in a peaceful moment of a warm and breezy summer’s day that each time I look at it

      it reminds me of a time when I was a child and enjoying a leisurely day.

      This painting depicts a small child feeding an apple to a horse in a pasture. The horse is saddled and looks like it is ready to be taken out for riding immediately. The pasture that the girl and horse are in looks so beautiful and is intricately painted so that it resembles something I would see in real life.

      What I love about this painting ...


      • is that it is a peaceful country setting with beautifully painted leaves and grass and trees and a sky that is so warm that it hardly looks like a painting at all. It looks just like something I would see in a movie dealing with a farm. How the small child is feeding the horse an apple is so precious, the horse is so much larger than her, yet it is taking good care to be gentle with her while
        eating out of her hand.

        Overall, I find this painting to be such a beautiful one and June Dudley has done an amazing job in capturing a loving moment between a girl and a horse. I find it be a great way to get in touch with nature and to bring my mind back to the days of when life was simple and feeding a horse seemed to stop time. Search the internet for this and more works from June Dudley.




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