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To be honest, it's Midnight Acrylic, but that doesn't sound as good
"Horse on Ice"

Thank goodness not everything has to mean something. All this means is that it makes me happy to look at it.
"Midnight Falls"
"Once Upon A Midnight Sea"

It sold before it  left my easel. 
"The Jazzman"
"Midnight in Blue"
"The Electric Horse"

One midnight I was driving along Huntoon Blvd. in Topeka when I noticed that clouds had covered a bright moon. The image they created was that of a horse racing across the sky. My heart nearly skipped a beat. I kept driving, but I couldn't stop looking at it. I kept saying silently, "Please let me remember this image until I can get home and get to my easel." I studied it. I tried to sear the picture in my mind. Once I got home, I raced to my studio and began to paint like a crazed person. I had to get it on canvas while it was still fresh in my mind. This is very much what I saw that night.
"To Dance Among the Stars"
"Mission Bells at Midnight"

Another instance of my not liking a painting, and almost not including it in an art show. At the last minute, I threw it in the car and off I went. I was unloading it when a woman approached me in the parking lot and bought it then and there. I still don't like it, but I like that she bought it.

"The Plea"

I can almost hear her wise thoughts; begging the planet to wake up, to be more loving, more caring ... With our wars and woes, I have to wonder if we don't appear rather pathetic from the galaxie's point-of-view ... 
"Sailing the Sky in a Ship of Dreams"