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Equine Expressions

Round up the horses and bring them inside with this collection of equine art

1. Nose to nose—a dual portrait and a captured moment. "Two of a Kind," Ken Peloke, oil and resin on board, 48” x 72”, $8,500; RARE Gallery of Fine Art, raregalleryjacksonhole.com

2. Flame-like colors enhance the drama of "Lakota," by Chauncey Homer, oil, 6” x 8”, $1,050; The Legacy Gallery, legacygallery.com

3. The timeless energy and motion of the herd are captured in "Gift of the Horse," by Gloria D’, painted deer robe, 44” x 55”, $1,900; Mountain Trails Gallery, mtntrails.net.  

4. The quiet beauty of the noble animal shines through in "Handsome Jack," by Audrey Hall, available as hand-toned gelatin silver print or traditional photogravure, print size up to 50” x 70”, price available on request; audreyhall.com

5. Elegant lines and exploration of negative space in a sensitive study of the horse’s form. "Afternoon Graze," Al Glann, bronze, 14” x 6” x 11”, $1,750; West Lives On Gallery, westliveson.com.

6. A delicate interpretation of new life. "Colt Egg," Steve Kestrel, bronze, edition of 36, 10” x 18” x 10”, $6,900; Altamira Fine Art Inc., altamiraart.com

7. A simple form in a familiar pose, yet undeniably eloquent. "Hungry Horse," Linda Raynolds, bronze, edition of 15, 12” x 11” x 4 1/2”, $1,100; Big Horn Galleries, bighorngalleries.com

8. Luminous horses in the round. "Spring Foal Crop," Tammy Bality, lead crystal, edition of 10, 14” x 13”, $10,450; Grand Teton Gallery, grandtetongallery.com.     

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