Meet The Equine Artist Who Is Helping The Wild Horses Of America Through Art

Linda Briesacher may have only started painting four years ago, but she has already made huge leaps in terms of both her art career and helping America’s Wild Mustangs through her art. Residing just outside of St. Louis, Missouri, she creates her soft, dreamy and light-filled paintings with a goal in mind: help keep the dream of…

Perseverance, Persistence & Dedication: The Equine Art Of Sue Cabrero

It’s fitting that Sue Cabrero is today’s featured artist, as she resides in Mexico City,  the same location as the Longines Global Champions Tour this weekend as well. Below you can see many of her skillful equine drawings, showing off her raw talent of depicting the horse in art. Sue is also a member of…

A Gallery Like No Other: Equis Art Gallery

After a few months off from writing on Art Of The Horse, I’m excited to be back in full swing and starting off with Juliet Harrison, owner and founder of the Equis Art Gallery – a gallery like no other. Located in Red Hook, NY, just two and a half hours away from the bustling New…

Happy Women’s Day!

Happy Women’s Day to all of the women equine artists out there! Below I have gathered a collection of some of my favorite female equine artists from the past and present. .   .   . Who are your favorite artists and why? How will you be celebrating #womensday2019? .   .   . Enjoy your day!  

Vickie Lawrence, Color Pencil Artist

From a young age, Vickie learned hard work and determination, and those skills have helped her throughout her horse training and art careers. A horse lover all her life, Vickie was determined to be around horses and follow her passion. When she was 15, her mother gifted her a package of four riding lessons, helmet, boots…