Featured Horse Artwork by Carol Walker

Carol Walker Featured Artwork

New Wild Horse Artwork “Washakie’s Portrait” by Carol Walker This wild stallion named Washakie lives in the McCullough Peaks Herd Area in northern Wyoming. His long mane and forelock usually cover his expressive eyes, so I look for an opportunity when they peek out to capture an image. I have been photographing this gorgeous black and white pinto stallion for …

New Featured Horse Artwork by Carol Walker

Carol Walker Featured Artwork

New Wild Horse Image “Benson Strikes Out” Benson is an expressive and extremely colorful wild stallion living in the Sand Wash Herd Area of Colorado, along with his family of five colorful mares. This summer in August I spent hours each day at the main waterhole for the southern part of the Herd Area waiting for the wild horse families …

Carol Walker At Equine Affaire in MA on November 7-10, 2013

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Carol Walker, one of today’s leading equine photographers and wild horse advocates will have a booth at Equine Affaire. The event is November 7-10, 2013 at the Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield, Massachusetts. Here is the schedule of events at 2013 Equine Affaire: http://www.equineaffaire.com/massachusetts/features/program/schedule/ You can visit Carol at her booth, Painted Hills Publishing, #517 in the Better Living …

Horses, Horses,Horses: June Art Awards

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I was delighted to hear that my piece “Camargue Spray” won the Photography Best in Show Award at the Gilpin County Arts Association Juried Art Show in Central City, Colorado.  The Art Show will be up until August 17th: http://www.gilpinarts.org/ and features a wide variety of wonderful art from local artists, and is directly across the street from the Opera …

Horse Photography: Horse Portraits

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One of the most interesting aspects of photographing horses is that no two horses are exactly alike,  in personality, conformation and appearance. This makes things interesting and challenging when working to take a good image of a horse. If you are photographing a horse without a human, you want to capture the expression and beauty of the horse. When you …