Sonya Spaziani

Sonya believes the Soul of the old west still lives as evidenced on working ranches, and felt through quiet shivers when in old ghost towns where dust, wind whispers, and tumbleweeds are the only inhabitants. Through her art she attempts to capture the inner essence of what once was, though now just a whisper on the wind.

Susan Frauenheim Bradley

Although best known for her truly realistic and expressive Equine works, Susan’s passion for riding, travel, and nature creates stunning landscapes, still-life, and unique southwestern works. Susan utilizes the technique of trompe l’oeil in her realistic works, creating the illusion that the subjects really exist.

Nancy Soulliard

My passion for horses and creating art began as a young girl in Pennsylvania. At around age six, I experienced an event that changed my life. I rode a pony at the Philadelphia Zoo. Those five minutes began a life-long need to know these amazing creatures. Throughout my childhood, I spent most of my time drawing, riding or learning about horses.

David Trump

A portrait is not just about creating a likeness, it’s about communicating the soul and personality of the subject. To reveal the spirit is the ultimate aim of my work by focusing on the inner being of each subject allowing the viewer to understand and interact with the picture.

Elaine Juska Keeley

Elaine Juska Keeley is an artist whose specialty is the pastel medium. A member of national and local organizations, such as the Pastel Society of America, Connecticut Pastel Society, and American Academy of Equine Art, Elaine’s award winning work has been juried into exhibitions all over the country.

The Przewalski Horse Association: TAKH

The Przewalski Horse Association, TAKH, was created in 1990 to help bring an end to this paradoxical situation. Its aim is to recreate a Przewalski Horse population living in the wild. To this end, in 1993 and 1994 eleven individuals taken from zoos were installed in the département of Lozère, in one of the wildest and most beautiful regions in France: the Causse Méjean, a limestone plateau traditionally used for sheep rearing. Today they make up the Le Villaret herd.

C. L. Kieffer

I have recently begun combining my love of horses, art and gardening….. growing , curing and preparing gourds and turning them into works of art. They have been very well accepted and are fast becoming part of collections around the World.

EquinArt Creations

EquinArt Creations has the largest selection in the world of original limited edition artists resin. Our company commissions new works from the hobby’s best artists, as well as acts as the sales agent for artists who prefer to leave the business aspects of their work to seasoned professionals.

Spirit Horses

The photographs in Spirit Horses were shot in a variety of locales, from wildlife sanctuaries to private ranches to natural habitats in Europe and the western United States. These images — and the accompanying quotes — offer a portrait of horses as profound teachers, giving strength and stability to a world out of balance.

Linda Volrath

Linda Volrath works in the traditional medium of oil, in a painterly representational style. The dominant subjects of her paintings are equine scenes, landscapes and still lifes. For equine paintings, she works from her own sketches and reference material inspired by the equestrian events in Virginia’s horse country and the Southwest.

Lois Andersen

My goal is to capture the spirit of each animal and to convey its individuality, grace, and strength.

Susan Neill

Susan lets her “senses” lead her to these subjects that she loves to paint. For her there’s nothing like the smell of saddle leather, horse barns, and fresh cut hay; like the sound of the hoof beats of horses or the bawling of cattle in the early morning; or like watching a herd of horses peacefully grazing.