Young, Arkansas artist, Olivia Lee Hiller, is chasing her wildest dreams as she paints energizing horses emerging from the abstract. Though it was Olivia’s dream to be an artist since she could remember, Olivia has only been painted for a year! “I started painting in 2021 and immediately I was addicted to the creation process.” Within 5 months time, Olivia had created over 100 paintings and still continues to paint at a rapid pace. She believes painting prolifically is one of the best ways to grow quickly. Continue reading »
Spectacular wildlife shots by Pepe Soho, a gifted nature photographer, adventurer, and drone pilot from Mexico City. Pepe specializes in wildlife photography. He shoots amazing underwater, animals, and natural landscapes. Continue reading »
Did you know that some horses can grow a mustache? More common in certain breeds such than others, it can occur to any horse that carries the right gene, male or female. The internet seems to be divided in their opinions regarding the mustachioed mares. Continue reading »
Majestic, charming and at times, aggressive; horses are the subject of Andrius Burba’s newest project ‘Under-Horse’. The Lithuanian photographer and his team described it as a back-breaking process. It involved digging a hole of three meters into the ground, placing a huge pane of ultra-strong glass on top of the camera and setting up heavy equipment surrounding the makeshift studio. The four-legged models even had to wear rubber horseshoes to avoid scratching the glass. Continue reading »
An extraordinary work of art has just been completed in Scotland. The Kelpies by figurative sculptor Andy Scott surge upwards in steel, whinnying and snorting alongside the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal near the town of Falkirk. These fantastic beasts from Gaelic mythology have risen again as monuments to the horse-powered industrial heritage of Scotland. Continue reading »
Wild horses are driven into an arena to pick out young stallions in Duelmen, Germany. It is believed that this is the last herd of wild horses on the European continent; more than 300 of the indigenous horses stay free and wild without any care under the protection of the Duke of Croy. Once a year the new born stallions are caught and sold, but all mares stay with the herd to guarantee the survival of the endangered species. (Martin Meissner/Associated Press) Click image to zoom.