Recognized internationally as a professional Arabian Horse Photographer and as an accomplished artist of Arabian Horses, Judith Wagner has a powerful and unique style of her own. Judith successfully captures the living expression so vital to Arabian Art. She portrays the beauty and compelling presence of these magnificent horses of the desert.
Judy and Kim have traveled extensively in Egypt, Africa, Italy and the Middle East researching Middle Eastern history and culture. Their Collectors Limited Bronze Sculptures reflect the classic style of the 19th century French school of sculpture, "Les Animaliers", and range in size from miniature to life-size.
Fine jewelry exhibiting grace and magnificence created by Kim Nordquist are found in prestigious collections of individuals throughout the world. Kim's special talent captures the life and presence of her spirited equine subjects creating a heirloom to be treasured for generations.
A native of western Canada, Shannon’s art career began as a tribute to the working stock horse and has transpired toward the elegance of the Arabian equine world – a world steeped in history which Shannon captures and shares in her Polish Series and beyond. These inspirational paintings reflect admirable worldly steeds, rendered with contemporary style while still capturing the infinite, intense and dramatic details which have become Shannon’s recognizable trademark. Her loyal client audience in the fine art community enjoys both her acrylic and graphite renderings of these magnificent horses. Shannon’s art appears in Canadian and U.S. invitational shows. She enjoys
Wendy Morris-Tank has had a love and passion for horses before she ever saw one. Wendy is more than just an artist admiring horses, she has lived amongst them since she was 8 years old. She has spent every day of her life studying the characteristics and behavior of individual and groups of horses. Wendy's art depicts the character, personality, and the soul of a horse.