Horses in Color – Inventory Reduction Canvases Available

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The theme for this week’s Inventory Reduction is Horses in Color. I am offering a variety of sizes and prices of Gallery Wrapped Canvases which are ready to hang, and they will be available for 1 week only at these reduced prices. Shipping is free in the United States. All canvases will be signed by Carol Walker. This is first …

Horses in Black and White – Inventory Reduction Canvas

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The theme for this week’s Inventory Reduction is Horses in Black and White. I am offering a variety of sizes and prices of Gallery Wrapped Canvases which are ready to hang, and they will be available for 1 week only at these reduced prices. Shipping is free in the United States. All canvases will be signed by Carol Walker. This …

Carol Walker’s Horses Featured at Main Street Fine Art in Evergreen in September

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Our Featured Artist at the gallery this month is horse photographer, Living Images by Carol Walker. Stop by to see new work! Through September 25, 2016. Open Daily 11-6. Carol will be doing a book signing from 4-6 p.m. on Saturday, September 10! Her new book “Galloping to Freedom” and the 2017 Wild Horse Freedom Federation Calendar. Main Street Fine …

Camargue Horses – Inventory Reduction Canvases Week 2

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The theme for this week’s Inventory Reduction is Camargue Horses. I am offering a variety of sizes and prices of Gallery Wrapped Canvases which are ready to hang, and they will be available for 1 week only at these reduced prices. Shipping is free in the United States. All canvases will be signed by Carol Walker. This is first come …

Galloping to Freedom Wins First Place Colorado Independent Publisher Association EVVY Awards

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On Saturday August 20th at the Colorado Independent Publishers Awards Banquet in Denver, Carol J. Walker Accepted the 1st place EVVY Award for best Coffee Table Book for Galloping to Freedom: Saving the Adobe Town Appaloosas. Carol is the author and photographer of the book, and her company Painted Hills Publishing is the publisher. The Cana Foundation backed the book …

New Featured Artwork by Carol J. Walker: Horses Soothe My Soul Edition

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Spending time with horses, whether they are wild and free or living with humans is an experience that brings me peace, joy and a sense of deep appreciation. New Horse Artwork “Sunset Friends” by Carol Walker This image was taken in the Camargue area of southern France at my workshop last month, and the horses stand together quietly at sunset. …

New Featured Artwork by Carol J. Walker – Summer is Here Edition

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New Horse Artwork “Sunset Horses Looking Out” by Carol Walker This image was taken in the Camargue area of southern France at my workshop last month, and the horses stand together quietly at sunset. This image and be ordered as a fine art print or as a gallery wrapped stretched canvas. It works best as a rectangle. The code for …

New Featured Artwork by Carol J. Walker – Horses in Europe Edition

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I just got back from a wonderful trip photographing horses in Europe. New Horse Artwork “White Stallion Runs Up” by Carol Walker This image was taken in Portugal in a bullfight arena, which makes a wonderful neutral background. This gorgeous Lusitano stallion runs close to me as he plays in the arena. This image can work as a rectangle or …

Carol Walker Presenting on Wild Horses and Photography at Rocky Mountain Horse Expo Next Week

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Carol Walker will be presenting on wild horses and on horse photography at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo Friday – Sunday, March 11 – 13 at the National Western in Denver Her talk entitled “Why Wild Horses? Living Symbols of the American West” will be on Friday at 1pm and Sunday at 3pm at the Horseman’s College and her talk …

Article in Popular Photography Magazine about Carol Walker’s images of horses

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Having photographed equine subjects professionally for more than 15 years, Carol Walker can tell at a glance whether a pictured horse is domestic or wild. “The domestics are usually very clean and shiny,” she says. “Their manes are untangled, and they’re prettier. The wild horses have a more rustic look—they’re just dirty,” she adds with a laugh. “They might have …