12 Days Of Equine Artists: Day 8

And for the 8th day of Christmas, our featured artist is–Adeline Halvorson from Canada! Each day for the next four days, I will be featuring a few of my favorite artists for  the 12 Day Of Equine Artists, and equine art take on the 12 Days Of Christmas. Let’s go and discover Adeline’s superb equine…

12 Days Of Equine Artists: Day 7

For the 7th Day Of Christmas, our featured artist is–Bonnie Pray-Brunow! For the next 5 days, I will be featuring a few of my favorite equine artists on the 12 Days Of Equine Artists, an equine art take on the 12 Days Of Christmas. Let’s go! You can read the past days here–Day 1, Day 2,…

12 Days Of Equine Artists: Day 6

And on the sixth day of Christmas, our featured artist is–Judy Widener! The 12 Days Of Equine Artists is  based on the traditional 12 Days Of Christmas. Tack up your pony and lets go on a Christmas equine art ride! You can read about Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4 and Day 5…

12 Days Of Equine Artists: Day 5

On the 5th day of Christmas, our featured artist is-Jenai Davis! Each day for the next 7 days, I will be featuring a few of my favorite artists for the 12 Days Of Equine Artists (an equine art take on the 12 Days Of Christmas). Let’s go! You can read the past features of this…

12 Days Of Equine Artists: Day 4

For the forth day of Christmas, we are going to meet Carolyn Sinclair! For the next 8 days, I will be featuring one artist per day for the “12 Days Of Equine Artists” (an equine art take on the traditional 12 Days Of Christmas). Enjoy the ride! You can read about the previous artists here–Day 1,…

12 Days Of Equine Artists: Day 3

And on the third day of Christmas, our featured art is–Shannagh-Leigh Hartshorn! For the next 9 days I will be featuring a few of my favorite artists during the “12 Days Of Equine Artists”-an equine art take on the traditional 12 Days Of Christmas! Jump on your trusty steed and lets go on a ride…

12 Days Of Equine Artists: Day 2

For the second day of Christmas our featured artist is… Sue Ziegler! For the next 10 days of the  “12 Days Of Equine Artists” (an equine art take on the 12 Days Of Christmas) I will be writing a post about some of my favorite artists alive today. To read about Day 1: Mirelle Vegers,…

12 Days Of Equine Artists: Day 1

Starting off the “12 Days Of Equine Artists” (an equine art take on the 12 Days Of Christmas) is Mirelle Vegers from the Netherlands!  For the next 12 days, I will be sharing the stories of 12 of my favorite living artists. Let’s go! Mirelle has always had the heart of a horse lover, from…

The Horses Of Pisanello In the 14th Century, Italy

Nearly 600 years ago, Pisanello was one of the most recognizable artists of the 14th century in Italy. He painted and drew the portraits of of noblemen that hung in palaces, and some of his works currently hangs in the Louvre in Paris, France.    Antonio di Pucci Pisanello  1395 – 1455 Italy  With little information…

Art Of The Horse December 2017 Banner Contest Winner–Kathy Ellem!

  With a quick glance at the beautiful drafts above, it would seem that these are photographs captured in the split second of a camera’s shutter. But in a closer inspection, you can see the immense detail, and precision used to craft these paintings that can take days, weeks or months to complete. Each whisker illuminated…

Celebrating The Working Horses Of The 19th Century

  Wouterus Verschuur Netherlands 11 June 1812 – 4 July 1874 Known for his painting of landscapes and working horses, Wouterus Verschuur offers us a unique look into the lives of people and animals during the 1800s. His parents where jewelers who lived in Amsterdam and he practiced his painting skill under the watchful eyes of…

Kasia Bukowska’s Journey Into The World Of Equine Art

Kasia Bukowska’s journey into the world of art started out a bit different than most. A “horse girl” from a young age, Kasia dreams where filled with horses and spent every waking moment with them. However, when she was  diagnosed with Lupus SLE and bedridden for 5 months three years ago, those dream where put on…