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30 August 2011

Epsilon Abstract Horse Painting in Sante Fe Gallery for Sale by Texas Contemporary Equine Artist Laurie Pace

Epsilon Two Horse Race

Available at Adeib Khadoure Fine Art in Santa Fe on Canyon Road.

This intense Abstract Horse Painting is 30 x 40 inches of Layered Acrylics. If you email Adeib and tell him you saw it on the blog you can expect a special price on the painting.  He will ship it out to you immediately.
 ©Laurie Pace    Graphics One Design 1998-2011

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The sound of rain on the roof awakened us early this morning.  I had prayed all the way home from Dallas yesterday asking God in His Mercy to bring some change to our weather patterns. This summer has devastated our beloved state of Texas. A type of anxiety and depression looms over the population with the now 74 days of temperatures over 100 degrees compared to the average of only six days at 100 or above.  Seventy four days will probably spread this week to seventy-five, seventy-six or even seventy-seven but then it ends. The two week forecast I saw late last night showed rain chances Thursday, Friday and Saturday and temperatures back in the low nineties. Then next week there was even a day showing the highs in the eighties.  This is a day to celebrate life... the hope with a promise from Him to give us exactly what is needed in our His time and not ours. A New Day. A New Reason to Celebrate.

Relief spread through my entire body and I cried in praise and thanksgiving for His Mercy. This has been a summer none of us will ever forget.

Texas is a state known for 'just wait an hour, the weather will change'. Not only that, Texas has five distinct regions through out the state creating a different living environment in each area. This summer the drought hit all of the regions sparing no one the excessive heat and dry lands.  Cities caught totally with no water as their resources dried up and evaporated. How does a city or town survive without water? Across Texas fires burned at will from early spring and are still going strong now here at the end of August.  

I am unsure where this blog will go... but with a prayer in my heart and a plan in place, I hope you will join me on this journey.  I am A Texas Artist.

"But those who trust in the LORD will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint." Isaiah 40:31


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