Denver Mustang Art or Awful?

Public art is often a mixed bag. Some people love it and some love to hate it. The Blue Mustang, a 32-foot tall cast fiberglass sculpture by New Mexico artist Luis Jiménez, exemplifies this dichotomy. Situated at the Denver airport, it makes quite the first impression. While some call the Mustang a masterpiece, others have […]

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Ice Horses

In anticipation of the winter weather expected to hit the Boston area over night, here are some of my favorite examples of snow horses and ice horses. I expect mine will resemble one of these — I’ll have to bring my camera to the barn in the morning!

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The Hoof Pick as Useable Art

Hoof picks are ubiquitous at a barn. Often costing less than 50 cents, they are not usually something that I’ve thought much about. I bought them in bulk and lost them almost as fast as I purchased them. By chance I came across a few that changed my mind. These are hoof picks that are […]

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Some Incredible Horse Photography by Tim Flach

I came across this photographer just today and had to share. Tim Flach’s photographs of horses are fabulous. They remind me of Edward Weston’s nudes . . . they are sensuous, abstract and utterly captivating. You really need to visit his site to see the full spectrum of his Equus project.        

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