Artist Tim Olden

I came across equestrian artist, Tim Olden, on Instagram, where everything wonderful seems to reside. Right now Tim is perfecting his equestrian art in the watercolor medium, but he is hoping to move on to acrylic soon. Below you will find his Q&A as well as quite a few lovely portraits. I was lucky enough[…]

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Best Weekend of the Year

Friends, the best weekend of the year is upon us! Yes, Black Eyed Susan Day and Preakness tomorrow and Saturday!! In honor of spending two days at one of my most favorite places – Pimlico, below is Red Riders, a piece by one of my new favorite equestrian artists, Tyler Robertson. You can find him[…]

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Canvasworks Designs at Ladew Gardens

I came across equestrian artist Lisa Curry Mair of Canvasworks Designs on Instagram (@vtcanvas), and I am head over heels in love with her work! And the good news is that if you live in the Harford County, Maryland, area – you can see her art in person at Ladew Gardens! Lisa has more than[…]

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Sporting Artist – Franklin Voss

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, then it’s probably no secret that I love sporting art. “Sporting art is a relatively modern term. It is traditionally understood to refer to a genre of art that encompasses country pursuits, predominantly in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The art documents the popular rural[…]

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Stymie Print

If you’ve followed this blog for a bit, then you might remember a few of the posts I did on equestrian artist Milton Menasco. To give you quick refresher, Menasco was born in 1890 in Los Angeles, and began his career as an artist in Hollywood creating movie posters. By 1925, Menasco found himself in[…]

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Pegasus World Cup

Last weekend I journeyed south to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for the very first Pegasus World Cup, which was held at the gorgeous Gulfstream Park. It was a wonderful experience, and I’m so happy I was there to witness California Chrome’s last race, as well as see the magnificent Arrogate! The weather in South Florida this[…]

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A Kentucky-Inspired California Ranch – Part II

As you might know from my Instagram, I have a new column with Horse & Style Magazine – “Horse & Style Home.” As I mentioned in Part I, I’m breaking the article up into a few parts so I can post more pictures (some exclusives that weren’t in the magazine)! To read the whole article[…]

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A Kentucky-Inspired California Ranch – Part I

As you might know from my Instagram, I have a new column with Horse & Style Magazine – “Horse & Style Home.” Each issue we will feature exceptional equestrian homes, décor, design, and more! First up is Alli Addison’s “Kentucky-Inspired California Ranch.” I’m breaking the article up into a few parts so I can post[…]

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Sporting Art Auction

“Keeneland Association and Cross Gate Gallery of Lexington are again teaming to conduct the fourth annual Sporting Art Auction, to be held Monday, Nov. 21, at 4 p.m. ET in the Keeneland Sales Pavilion. The 2016 collection features 175 high-quality lots representing fine sporting art, American paintings, and sculpture from renowned masters as well as[…]

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Head in the Clouds

If you follow this blog, you know I’m obsessed with equestrian artist, Liz Wiley. Of course she’s still painting, but now she’s moved into fashion by adding a silk scarf with one of her own prints into the mix! Below are the details. “Head in the Clouds” – Limited Edition: 100 scarves High Quality –[…]

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