The Gallop: On Course For College Equine academic tracks are as varied as the field they lead to.
Written by Kim F. Miller
Sunday, 14 September 2014 03:34
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For many of a certain generation, it was horses or college? Not both.

Happily, that's not the case for today's high school-age equestrians. Opportunities abound to both continue riding in college and/or pursue academic tracks relevant to myriad career possibilities in the very wide world of horses.

 

 
Lesley Pickford - Artist Bio
Written by Administrator
Sunday, 14 September 2014 03:19
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"My head is full of images of horses, moving in natural surroundings ..."

Lesley has a drive to translate those images and ideas into 2D paintings. "It feels wonderful to let them out to roam on canvas," she says. Several magnificent horses and wonderful cats delight her daily. She rides every day if she can, and is now pursuing the discipline of modern competitive dressage based on classical principles.

 
Célou Bonnet - Artist Bio
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Sunday, 14 September 2014 02:55
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www.celoubonnet.comCélou Bonnet grew up surrounded by the beauty of Provence. Born in Carpentras, France, Célou's earliest memories are of the scent of lavender, thyme and rosemary, the warmth of the sun and the unbridled love of her family. Her childhood was resplendent with carefree activities that she shared with her sister and her brothers. "You could say we grew up a bit wild," recalls Célou.

 
Some of Avonelle Kelsey's works available through Cheval International
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Sunday, 14 September 2014 03:28
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With the heartbreaking 2009 passing of famed French Impressionist artist, Avonelle Kelsey, her spectacular artwork has become forever limited. Fortunately, she left her horse loving daughter some glorious equestrian paintings that Cheval International has decided to share with the world.

 
Lois Stanfield - Artist Bio
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Sunday, 14 September 2014 03:02
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Lois grew up with a deep love for animals, horses in particular. A lifelong horsewoman, she has an extensive background in photography and art, and for over 14 years has photographed horses professionally.

 
The White Horse Comes to Life Katie Upton painting gets an award-winning quilting treatment.
Written by Brittany Whiting
Sunday, 14 September 2014 02:46
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Valerie Beuth saw Katie Upton's work for the first time in a gallery in Santa Barbara several years ago. Impressed by the scale of her subjects and the bold colors, Val had a hard time walking away from a particular painting; White Horse. The painting reminded Val of her husband's horse, Fog.

 
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