"Kaitlin Knox and Kelly"
This artwork as a painting of "Kaitlin Knox and Kelly" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowgirl and her horse, as it was originally a pencil artwork drawn by probably one of the artist of Christine Gansberger from the “The Cowboy and Cowgirl Coloring Book” (the coloring book that was published by the Price/Stern/Sloan in probably March of 1982).
I photocopied this illustration and really had decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting. I was thinking that it looks like that there is so much distinctive style in this greatest painting I had ever done of a woman, as if I had decided to call this painting "Kaitlin Knox and Kelly", so I think my friend Kaitlin Knox should be a western cowgirl.
This is also another new best favorite painting I had ever done of a lady, as if she should be the real Queen of the west and to also live and be alive forever after the 100th century, and will still be alive in the 11th millennium and beyond and will be on every video clip for every rodeo DVD and also dominating the world of rodeo onto DVD videos and will still be doing great of 99 years of age and more others ahead.
I really decided to turn the cowgirl into Kaitlin Knox, for the painting and have the quarter horse mare be called "Kelly", as if I really do want this to show is that her favorite book to read and movie was probably "Black Beauty" for sure, as if a cowgirl also loved John Wayne movies, as well, too.
Originally in the coloring book, I wasn't sure if it was during the daytime in the coloring book, so I decided to put it to nighttime in the painting, as if I like to think that right there in the picture, my friend Kaitlin Knox and her Quarter horse mare "Kelly", as that's why I decided to make it very beautiful.
I also decided that Kaitlin Knox has worked with trainers from Canada, the United States and Australia in many disciplines from cutting and reining to western dressage, as she is mostly an accredited Western rider through Equine Canada and also, USA, and specializes in starting young horses.
While I was painting this image of my friend Kaitlin Knox, I decided to make it a great self-portrait of what a cowgirl looks like, as if just to show why she is quite a lovely lady and a lovely woman.
Then right there, it just really shows that there's a lot more distinctive style in this painting I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is what the great effort in the real highlight details of what Kaitlin Knox in a light-blue Western shirt with a shiny brown leather vest, the white straw cowgirl hat, the beauty of the Quarter horse mare named "Kelly" and also, the whole painting makes you feel like you're right there inside this picture, as if this is probably one of the best images of Kaitlin Knox, as if it would've been perfect for the John Wayne movies as well, too.
Roper William MacLeod has also painted and captured a self-portrait of a cowgirl by the name of "Kaitlin Knox".