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Hey Horse Lovers

NJ Equine Artists Sixth Biennial National Juried Exhibition
“NJEAA Art of the Horse”

An exhibit of equestrian art opens today at the Farmstead in Basking Ridge, including 50 two-dimensional works and six sculptures. The opening reception is tomorrow between 2 & 4. I have two paintings in the show, pictured here.

'Somebody's Lucky Number', an oil 12 x 16 inches, pictures number eleven being taken out of the paddock area at Saratoga last summer.

‘Somebody’s Lucky Number’, an oil 12 x 16 inches, pictures number eleven being taken out of the paddock area at Saratoga last summer.

It may come as a surprise to know that though New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the nation, there still is enough elbow room here for 83,000 horses!   No wonder there would be an art association devoted strictly to the depiction of same.  Nice show.  As for the info:

10/18 – 11/29 at The Farmstead
450 King George Rd. – Basking Ridge, NJ
Gallery Hours: 1-4 pm, Thursday – Sunday

"Bearing the Light", 28 x 24 inches, is an oil painting of a horse named Saint John, who I did a head and shoulders portrait of last year.

“Bearing the Light”, 28 x 24 inches, is an oil painting of a horse named Saint John, who I did a head and shoulders portrait of last year.

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