Giclée print, hand-numbered and signed, of an original colored pencil drawing. A horse that has the "look of eagles" is one with a deep focus, sense of desire, and extraordinary intelligence. This phrase came from a 1937 poem, written by Joseph A. Estes, describing the famous racehorse Man O'War, and has since become a familiar term with those in the horse world.
Work by Bonnie Kelley. Learn more about her here.