This painting is a statement piece at 48" wide by 36" tall. It is an amazing vision of wild horses running with their feathered manes flowing in the wind.
Domingo Domingo was born in 1942 on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts; the inspiration for his name coming from the fact that he was born on a Sunday. The trajectory of his life was formed at a young age with the death of his mother when he was nine months old. He began painting when he was only five years old and began his career when he was in ninth grade. He studied under his most influential teacher, Professor Van Wyht, from Holland at the Rhode Island School of Design for four years. His style has grown from Southwestern Ethereal to Abstract Expressionism and after a near-death experience in 1977, Domingo attributes his inspiration to God. Although he has painted in all 48 contiguous states, the most inspirational have been California, Arizona and New Mexico. He has owned several galleries and his work is displayed in a number of influential homes across the United States.