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ART, TRAVEL & MORE

Fascinating Stories at the Tip of Your Fingers

A BIT ABOUT EQUUSTYLE ART & TRAVEL

Icelandic paint horse with brown and white markings walking in a pature

The dream of a curated collection of fine equine-inspired art began in 1993. The vision of EquuStyle continues to unfold in new and exciting ways as a digital art and travel magazine for every type of horse enthusiast.  

 

At EquuStyle Art & Travel Magazine we curate interesting stories about fine equine art and artists, fine art equine photography, horseback riding travel destinations, horse photography workshops, horse rescues, therapeutic riding, and equine-assisted therapy organizations that provide opportunities for horses to help people with disabilities. We bring you inspiring accounts of people, places and passions all focused on the horse.

 

Our goal is to provide a platform for artists and photographers to showcase equine art, and for organizations to promote their worthy causes. We strive to create a space that celebrates the bond between people and horses.

This photo was taken on a grand expedition to Iceland during August of 2012. Iceland's light during this time of year is intense, bringing forth vivid colors that accentuate its strangely beautiful volcanic landscape.

GREAT HORSES, GREAT PEOPLE, WONDERFUL PROGRAM!

Therapeutic riding centers like TheRightStepInc.org in Littleton, Colorado teach horsemanship and horseback riding skills in an adaptive manner to meet the individual needs of their clients with disabilities of all ages. Clients benefit physically, socially, and emotionally.

Nonprofits offering therapeutic riding or equine-assisted therapy services are featured in each quarterly issue, along with horse rescues, and horse sanctuaries.

A young rider with disabliities enjoying a riding lesson on a therapy horse with a woman horse trainer
Rearing Horse in Rear Three-Quarter by an anonymous 16th century Italian artist

NO CAMERA, JUST THE EMULSION SHEET OF THE ARTIST'S MIND

Artists have been fascinated with the horse as a muse for thousands of years. This beautiful work of art was created during the 16th century by an anonymous Italian artist. It's hard to imagine how this artist was able to exquisitely capture the form of a rearing horse with chalk on paper. 
 

In EquuStyle Art & Travel Magazine you will discover a variety of fine art equine artists, who work with different mediums in myriad styles and strive to capture the majesty and beauty of horses in their artwork.

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A photo of a Edgar Degas' equine sculpture of Horse with Head Lowered

Figurative equine sculpture by Edgar Degas was modeled after 1878, cast 1920, and titled "Horse with Head Lowered"

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