Blond Chestnut Belgian Stallion
Customized from the Harris resin, "Shady Oak's Bob" and owned by Alicia Strayer Mangan; created in 1996
Bay Roan Draft Mix Stallion
Customized from the Breyer Traditional Friesian
Strawberry Roan Brabant Stallion
Customized from the Breyer Traditional Belgian
Chestnut Belgian Gelding
Customized from the Breyer Traditional Roy and shown as "Trevor"
Bay Grade Draft Gelding
Customized from the Breyer Traditional Belgian and shown as "Shilstone Reveliere" and owned by Hilary Applegate
Bay Draft Foal
Customized from the Kristina Lucas Francis "Tesla" resin, created 2004.
Dapple grey draft gelding
Customized from the Donna Chaney "Dauntless" (hairy version) resin, remade as gelding (from stallion); created 2004. Named "Alexander."
Chestnut draft gelding
Customized from the Donna Chaney "Dauntless" (hairy version) resin, created 2004. Named "Ardmore."
Silver dapple draft stallion
Customized from the Sarah Minkiewicz Breunig "Excaliber" resin, created 2004.
Dapple grey Percheron, customized from the Kathi Bogucki Equus Maximus resin, created 2006.
Silver dapple Gypsy Vanner stallion, customized from the Brigette Eberl Adonis resin, created 2009. Tom describes this piece: Ok, maybe not the most masculine name for such a masculine sculpture, but I had to name him Windchime due to the gentle Spring time winds blowing my Mom's windchime outside the window. With his flowing mane and tail, it just suited him. This sculpture impressed me so much I just couldn't decide on a color for him. Altho he was sculpted as a Shire, I just couldn't vision him as one or in their limited color palate. So I did some research and thought he would make a dandy Gypsy Vanner, and an even more eye catching in deep silver dapple! So with airbrush cranked on a mission, the layering of color began. Lots of rich chocolates and black tones with ample dappling of various size, depth and placement. His mane/tail is a mixture of his body color, cream and smokey grey for accuracy. He was given 4 white socks and a star, strip and snip for giggles. The end result, well ... I think he is handsome and so does he! I especially like the soft grey shading around his eye and muzzle, it gives him character galore.