When the Light is Mine

$3,500.00

Artist: Ann Goble
Medium: Oil
Dimensions: 24" x 18"

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About Ann Goble

Ann Goble began her painting career in 1999 and has studied under Daniel Keys, Jill Soukup, Roseta Santiago, David Leffel, Gregg Kreutz and Marc Chatov. Her subjects include equine, figure and still life. She works in oils and is influenced by the fluid, painterly style of masters such as Sargent, Maurer, and Serov. She has participated in many juried shows and has received numerous awards for her work. Her works have been published in national magazines including Fine Art Connoisseur, Southwest Art and Western Art Collector. Her paintings are part of many private collections.

Ann is a Signature Member of The Women Artists of the West, an Associate Member of Oil Painters of America and The American Impressionist Society. Ann paints full time and lives in Georgia.

“Painting is for me a search for beauty. I am especially intrigued by the anatomical power and vitality of horses. Their sheer intensity can be seen through the rendering of light as it reflects from a sweat drenched coat or the amber gaze of a horse at day break. Conveying the vibrations of nature is my goal, and it is my hope that the viewer’s alliance with the painting brings to art its truest beauty.”

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