~~~~you can reach my personal website at www.samueldukeart.com~~~ Samuel M. Duke Sam’s appetency for the love of horses all started when he was a young boy.His motivation in horses, defined his passion and desire in art. His artistic relations toward horses make every painting seem alive and adventurous. Behind his pictures, there are wonderful stories to tell with just one glace of imagination. Samuel was born on June 10,1959. He is a fantastic artist that not only draws horses, but also creates attention toward his unique colors and fantasy surroundings. Not only is he an artist, he is also an incredible sculptor. Samuel’s amazing talent varies in every piece with his outstanding emotion and love for horses. In his drawings, there are emotion, adventure, feeling, color, passion, hard work, and dedication. He dedicates his time and love for each painting every step of the way. In addition, he’s an amazing musician. As a professional musician, he perfects as a drummer and a singer. Classical Rock is his choice of profession.He attended many exhibitions. In 1970 his masterpiece won 1st Place in a children‘s art gallery and also was printed in a magazine, that’s when his pictures were sent all over the world
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