The Exquisite Equine Art of Marine Oussedik~ France

  ~Marine Oussedik~ May 20th, 1967- Born in: Neuilly-sur-Seine, France Sculptor and Illustrator Site: http://marine-oussedik.net  Marine Oussedik was born on May 20, 1967 in Neuilly-sur-Seine and she first started riding ponies in Paris. From then on she began drawing horses and would never stop depicting them. When as child she used to run to the balcony of…

Len Jagoda ~ Back Stretch Studio: Georgia, USA

  ~Len Jagoda~ American Academy of Equine Art Associate Location: Waverly Hall, Georgia, USA Site:  http://backstretchstudio.com Len Jagoda is a horse enthusiast and sculptor/painter. He has bred, trained horses, competed on hunters/jumpers and has even owned a few racehorses. He also is an avid animal rescuer, saving many dogs, cats and even a goat and llama….

John Frederick Herring, Sr.

John Frederick Herring, Sr. (12 September 1795 – 23 September 1865) Location: Born in: London, England John Frederick Herring, born in London in 1795. Herring stayed in London until he was 18 and his greatest interest was drawing horses. In  1814, he moved to Doncaster in the north of England, arriving in time to see the Duke of Hamilton’s…

~Happy Thanksgiving! And A Recap Of The Equus Film Festival~

Happy Thanksgiving to my American readers! Now is the time to give thanks and  I would like to thank each and everyone of my readers, the creative equestrian artists who have taken time out of their busy lives to answer my questions about their art and everyone who has encouraged and motivated  me with The Flying Shetlands,…

~The Third Annual Equus Film Festival In NYC~

It’s this time of year again when the horses and their equestrians take over New York City! The Equus Film Festival will be in NYC on November 20-22, 2015 with many films, plus artists from all corners of the world and over 30 authors, as well as many speakers. About The Equus Film Festival: The Equus Film…

Castle House~ The Munnings Art Museum

Today’s article is about Castle House, once  home to the late Sir Alfred Munnings and now known as the Munnings Museum. There is only  a little more than a month  left that it will be open to the public this year, and will reopen on the first of April  to October 31 next year. This…