Phyllis Waltman - For the love of horses
Melissa Mattis: New Series, New Style - by Sarah Crampton
JOE EGGERT: Sculpture That Tells a Story - by Sarah Crampton
Indra Singh: Refreshing and Vibrant - by Léon Swartenbroeck
Collectors of the equine art that appears in this publication have seen an image that is pleasing to their eye and spirit. The work of art has triggered a favorable emotional response, and the benefits of owning the artwork go beyond adorning walls or the coffee table of your home.
Surrounding yourself with fine art creations of a subject you hold dear - the horse, reaps rewards on many levels. Revisiting treasured images from memory or those in your home can be very calming to the spirit and a source of joy. It is more than a purchase. It is an investment in mental health. As one artist stated:
"Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life." - Picasso
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