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By Shya Beth British artist Shannagh-Leigh Hartshorn knows how to fuse her passion for horses and art together. From starting her own art business and adventuring through new media, Shannagh-Leigh constantly evolves and strives to perfect her art, bringing small but noticeable details through each portrait. Born in Bolton, England, Shannagh-Leigh has always been an
Sharon and her “King of Kings and Lord of Lords” painting Over the past 19 years, renowned artist Sharon Lynn Campbell has painted hundreds of portraits of Olympic horses and riders, top hunters, pets, celebrities and for major horse shows. “I paint around the clock in order to keep up with my clients’ portraits,” said
Wednesday, October 31 2018 by Editor
By Shelby Phillips If you told Monet that you could bring his “Water Lilies” to life without a single paint brush, he would definitely shake his head in disbelief. Mississippi-based artist Terri Crowley does just this, merging two worlds: the old and the new, in an explosion of life at its most colorful. Terri brings
Thursday, June 07 2018 by Editor
Atherton, CA – June 4, 2018 Menlo Charity Horse Show is pleased to announce Rachel Saunders as Artist of the Year for 2018. Rachel is a native Colorado oil painter living and working in Denver.
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By Taylor Renner It’s not often someone can transform their passions into their livelihood — even more rare is the selflessness to utilize those passions to give back to someone else. But this is exactly what Colorado artist Barbara Wright has accomplished. Barbara’s artistic career began as a child, drawing the Disney princesses she
Thursday, January 23 2014 by Editor
Wellington, FL – January 22, 2013 – Browsing through Louise Mellon’s portfolio, one would never know what challenges the artist has conquered to bring her brightly-colored, highly recognizable work to life.
Monday, July 08 2013 by Editor
(SPRUCE MEADOWS, Calgary, AB): It was an exciting day of show jumping at the Spruce Meadows ‘North American’ Tournament with the $200,000 ATCO Power Queen Elizabeth II Cup.
Friday, July 05 2013 by Editor
Christine McCrea Takes $35,000 Progress Energy Canada Cup Victory, McArdle Captures 1.45m Speed Win SPRUCE MEADOWS, Calgary, AB): The ‘North American’ Tournament had three international competitions today in two rings.
Darragh Kerins Tops $35,000 Spectra Energy Cup with E Muze Yeke at Spruce Meadows ‘National’ Tournament
Friday, June 07 2013 by Editor
Ward Wins Again, Tisbo Takes First Victory in International Ring (SPRUCE MEADOWS, Calgary, AB): The $35,000 Spectra Energy Cup 1.60m was the highlight of today’s schedule at the Spruce Meadows ‘National’ Tournament. Darragh Kerins (IRL) and E Muze Yek found the key to a clear round and were fastest in the jump-off for Kerins’ first victory in the International Ring