Debbie Hallock on Mar 8, 2016
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The copyright has finally been granted for my Equine Sciences and Stewardship of the Horse curriculum for students. It may be purchased in the "equine curriculum" section of my Etsy shop, or go to the curriculum website, www.thebowmanbh3.wix.com/equinesciences where you can view sample pages, purchase curriculum in two different forms (Printed out version, or CD Rom version), or set up a class or seminar. If you know a youth who may be considering large animal Veterinary school, or just someone who is hungry for knowledge of basic anatomy, physiology, and stewardship of the horse, this fully illustrated curriculum will be available from me only, and is produced by me, at home. My hope is that students and others will be encouraged to better understand the horse by learning about its body and nature, become good stewards of the horse, and that their passion for working with horses will be awakened!
I am compelled to reflect God's heart in the prints and garments I create. People like what they cover their bodies with to help them feel happy, beautiful, powerful, energized, show their beliefs, and boost confidence. These come from the Creator, not from clothes, but what we wear reminds us of that provision! My hope is that my images and garments proclaim and illustrate God's Word and His nature.
I possess a strong passion for scripture, horses, nature, and the symbolism used in historical Christian art. I am also drawn to the ways nature is symbolized in images that were all around me as I spent my childhood in the Southwest region of the U.S. The desert winds, and tumbleweeds are recurring images that pop up in my spirit and in my work. I love rural life and stewardship of land, animals, and agriculture is important to me. These themes also pop up in images that come to me.
The natural colors that result from experimenting with making natural dyes from the plants on the land I live on seem to awaken passion in me, and you may see scarves or other items from time to time dyed or printed with these pigments.
My set up is small with only a one shirt press, so I am not equipped to do "large shop" jobs. I am a one person operation and that is one reason I am slowly weeding out plastisol inks and moving toward water based. The plastisols are difficult to work with without the help of employees and large scale equipment. I cannot do much growing at this time, because I also care for an elderly parent. So, I keep my shop small scale for now.
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