An International quarterly publication dedicated to presenting fine art
and the equestrian lifestyle inspired by the majestic beauty and love of the horse.
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The Romantic Sensibility of Margo Petterson
- by Sarah Crampton
Mastering Light - by Mary Iselin
Hal Sutherland Creates the Mood - by Sarah H. Crampton
The Pony Soldier
- by Denise Banda
We present many forms of art inspired by the horse in this publication.
Equine Vision Magazine's subtitle, Art for the horse lover, has proved to be ambiguous in its definition. The word art comes from the Latin word
ars meaning skill. And the many skills of artists who contribute to this publication have enriched it, broadened our editorial content and hopefully expanded our range of vision.
The world of fine art, also referred to as the major arts, or in French
les beaux arts, includes painting and drawing, sculpture, literature, music, dance, photography and other skills that are primarily concerned with aesthetics. Each issue has broadened our coverage of the arts, and this fall issue contains poetry from three different authors, and short stories submitted by painters who are also writers.
Naturally, the writing and the visual elements in this magazine will always have a connection to the animal that has inspired it : the horse. It is remarkable the horse has inspired such an abundance of art in so many forms. Of late, the horse has even been combined with dance in a production called Le Cheval Theatre, French for Horse Theater, where music, dancing and horses were combined in a brilliant display of choreography.
Books and periodicals written about the training and care of horses are endless. Yet the writings that ignore the practicalities of life with horses are just as popular and continue to extol the horse's beauty and inspire philosophical discussion such as that found in The Tao of Equus and She Flies Without Wings.
The illustrations and literary contributions to Equine Vision Magazine - Art for the Horse Lover celebrate the art of the horse and we hope you find it an escape from the mundane, and revel in its ability to edify and entertain. Enjoy!
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