This was my first experiment with gilding a painting with gold leaf and the smallest painting I’ve ever created. It features a handsome chestnut gelding named Goldfish owned by the wonderful rider Kiera Phlipot. I thought Goldfish would be the perfect first horse to paint with gold leaf because, of course, his name is part “gold” and frankly I just wanted to paint this horse in my studio again (I painted him for Kiera in 2018). The overall design was inspired by Japanese folding screens, or byobu. I loved how gold leaf served as both the background and foreground for the images painted on the screens. The gold provided a sense of grandeur to the painted images while also literally brightening up a room, with light reflecting off the gold.
Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag®, a museum-quality artist's paper known for its characteristic, wonderfully soft feel and lightly defined felt structure that lends a three-dimensional appearance and impressive pictorial depth.
1/2" white border
Available in 10x14" and 20x28"
Find the original artwork here. The original “Golden Moment” painting features Goldfish’s barn logo and a goldfish snack on his bonnet while prints of “Golden Moment” have removed that personalization.
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