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    Break Free

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    Added 2016-09-28 10:50:40
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    This is a free concept piece that was rambling in my head for some time before I decided to paint it. We all have felt trapped or confined at some point in our lives. I love horses and this is the result of that feeling. The feeling of needing to break free. It depicts a wild horse busting through a painting. It's done in soft pastels on archival sanded Uart paper and framed.

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    Media: Pastel
    Name of Artist: Denice Peters
    Width (inches): 21
    Height (inches): 27
    Country: United States

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