Talbott Studios

Eugenia Talbott’s ability to paint horses comes from years of experience, not often realized by artists who do not understand the complexity of equine conformation. Once a breeder of Arabian horses, her knowledge and love of horses extends to all equine subjects

The Painted Pony

Debbie Grayson Lincoln, Laurie Pace, Diane Whitehead and Mary Jo Zorad have as many similarities as they do differences. Their artwork demonstrates a common commitment to a high standard of workmanship. To speak with any one of the four women reveals a commonality in what inspires them and how they choose to live their lives, with integrity and a commitment to doing their work for a higher cause.

Deanna L. Kraft

Original and innovative horse art in watercolors and graphite by Deanna L. Kraft

Robert Vavra Collection

Vavra… to legions of horse lovers, the name conjures visions of flowing manes bathed in the glow of a setting sun, of flaring nostrils and fiery eyes, of horses frolicking, leaping, galloping or just standing there.

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.