Archives for March 2002

Don Bell Galleries

A graphite pencil is to drawing, as black and white film is to photography. In both mediums, the uncountable shades of gray that fall between the spectrums of black and white can allow the artist to portray more depth that all the colors of the rainbow.

Clare Hobson

Whether it’s a Farrier forging shoes for a horse, cowboys roping steers, or wild paint horses running free, Clare puts life and light in her paintings. Riding boots gleam in the sun, and saddles, tack, bridles, halters, ropes, and spurs add to the realism of the moment.

EquiSearch

EquiSearch.com works closely with EQUUS, Dressage Today, Practical Horseman, Horse & Rider and Arabian Horse World to deliver the content horse owners care about: tips on riding and training, authoritative information on horse care, the latest horse sports and industry news, plus sweepstakes and active online forums.

Battle Over Wild Horses Heats Up

Cattle ranchers and the government say there’s just not just enough room for all the wild horses that make their home on the range, but advocates fear plans to round up more mustangs will lead many of the animals to the slaughterhouse.