Q9 is a family owned business and art studio located in the hamlet of Mulino, Oregon. We pride ourselves in our artistic design ability as well as our execution of a design. We are animal owners as well and understand the bond between owners and their pets and their love of animals.
Kelly Campbell has been a professional Photographer shooting Arabians and Miniature Horses since 2004. Her talent began shooting Miniature horses as a young girl and she honed her skills through advanced schooling at Sacramento State University with some of the best landscape and wedding Photographers in California.
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.
Loddon Engineering Ltd was founded in 1960 in the village of Loddon, Norfolk, England and has been fabricating top quality stalls along with other livestock equipment ever since. In the early 1970s Loddon became the first UK company to launch a range of internal stalls. For the past 40 years, the name ‘Loddon’ has become a generic name for this type of stabling. In January 2010 Loddon was bought by Camellia a global plc with over 75,000 employees and interests ranging from Engineering, Pharmaceuticals to Tea Plantations and Finance. This takeover has also provided Loddon Engineering Ltd with financial stability and security as well as an in-house galvanizing and powder coating facility. Loddon’s
Glenn was mesmerized by the Arabian horse since childhood. He has put his heart and soul into every aspect of this fine breed, from basic care to riding, training, showing, and breeding. What started as a passion became a life dedication. After more than twenty years dedication, he has turned to masterfully capturing the Arabian horse in the art of photography.