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Eugenia Talbott Featured in Rodeo News

Oil Painting of the legendary saddle bronc, Lunatic Fringe, in action. Artist Eugenia Talbott Adderson, 2016

Artist Eugenia Talbott Adderson with “Lunatic Fringe” on easel.Image by Lee Otsubo

Lunatic Fringe—the legendary saddle bronc and true rodeo celebrity—has a huge fan base, many of whom I’ve had the pleasure to meet this year in Wickenburg, Arizona. He’s a big, powerful horse, and stunningly beautiful. 15 years old, 1325 lbs. and 15.2 hands. I’m told he’s a gentleman, but that he took his job seriously in the arena. He appeared 11 times at the National Finals Rodeo (NFR).

Bruce Hunt, father of Anna Hunt and soon to be father-in-law to Matt Burch, commissioned my painting of Lunatic Fringe. Matt and his brother Chad own Burch Rodeo Company and Lunatic Fringe, who is said to be one of the best saddle broncs in generations. It was a fun project and an honor to paint this handsome stallion. Lunatic was retired after this year’s 2016 NFR at the

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