Diana is a self-taught artist, and started seriously working on her art in February of 2005 after having a kidney removed due to cancer. She has entered a couple of art shows and has done well. She is proud to be a contributing artist to the 2007 Egyptian Event of the Pyramid Society, helping to introduce newcomers to the Arabian Horse.
Fiona paints the Modern Horse in a dynamic vibrant, imaginative style. Her favorite subject is the glorious Arabian horse, however, she does also paint many other breeds. Fiona’s horses seem to break free from the confines of the canvas, leaping through the highly decorative hand painted borders that compliments each horse’s personality perfectly.
Rich Gabriel is an artist residing in upstate New York. His Saratoga thoroughbred paintings, horse racing prints, and sports cartoons have been displayed at historic Saratoga Thoroughbred Racetrack since 1981. Besides Saratoga, Rich has also exhibited his limited edition prints and posters at Belmont, Keeneland, Monmouth and the Meadowlands.
Realistic horse, dog, cat, wildlife, bird art and pet portraits by national award winning artist Dee Dee Murry in oil, acrylic, graphite and mixed media.
Original and innovative horse art in watercolors and graphite by Deanna L. Kraft
Hazel is a painter who not only has the ability to capture what she sees, but is able to reach into the soul of her subject, painting each horse as if it were her own, each person as if she had known them for years.
I still can’t see enough horses. I can’t paint enough horses, I’m always searching for new images of horses so my hungry brushes can paint them.
“Life is a continual unfolding of exploration and adventure. One summer was spent driving through the west with camera and paints, wanting to reacquaint myself with America’s majesty, looking for some great, new artwork.”
“I’ve always admired horses when I was a child, but never had many opportunities to be up close with them, face to face. In my opinion, they are the most majestic animals on Earth. My goal is to execute a portrait of a horse so correctly, that you will be drawn into the beauty of the horse, not my brushwork.”
Photo portraits are fine, but common. Anyone who is looking for a fine artist instead of a photographer to create their pet portrait understands this. There is an intrinsic value to a high quality art portrait which sets it apart from photo portraits.
Stephanie M. Dunatov creates art that combines her love of horses with her love of history. Her work features equines of all types and generally contains historical details or references to classical themes.
I have a passion for painting horses, being a horse lover and owner all my life. I currently have three, one of which I have trained myself. With this experience I feel that I have a good knowledge of horse anatomy and an understanding of the horse itself.