Sharon Tong

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Sharon was born near Brighton, and now lives near Steyning, West Sussex. She loved animals from her earliest years, and her dream from a young age was to own her own pony. This she did at the age of fourteen, and has since bred, ridden, and shown Arabians, and Welsh Mountain ponies. Always an ardent animal lover, she currently owns five Arabians and Part-breds, and a variety of cats, dogs, rabbits and chickens, and can usually be found on her smallholding with the animals when she is not painting

Sharon has been working as a professional Equestrian and Pet Portrait Artist since 1985, working to commission, and has clients worldwide. She usually attends various local country shows throughout the summer displaying her Art

From a young age she started working in Pencils, and then progressed to Pastel, and Oil, and also uses Watercolours and Acrylics. Most of her work now is in Pastel, and she has recently started experimenting with different supports, such as Velour. As well as horses, she also paints other animals and wildlife. The talents of Artists such as Lesley Harrison, Edward Aldrich, and David Shepherd inspire her






















Breeze - Arabian Mare

Breeze – Arabian Mare

Donkey Foal Head Study

Donkey Foal Head Study

Arabian Stallion "Fadjur"

Arabian Stallion “Fadjur”

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