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Sunday, September 15, 2019

Equine Artists & Photographers

Jean Kirby of JBK Photography takes artistic photos of horses

FALMOUTH, Mass.--Jean Kirby's photography is of for those who share their lives with horses!

JBK horse and rider 53Capture a moment and love it forever with one of her photos.

Kirby is an equine and equestrian photographer and horse lover based in the Massachusetts, Cape Cod area, and she travels throughout the U.S.A., providing professional photography services to horses and their human families.

JBKBeing at ease with horses and knowing what to expect in regards to horse behavior sets her apart from other photographers.

"I am not just a photographer, but also an artist," said Kirby. "I love doing lifestyle photography showing your life and your style."

Kirby is a member of the Equine Photographers Network and Professional Photographers of America.

For more information, call her at 508-566-5466 or contact her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Visit http://www.jbkphotography.net.

Carol Lee Thompson’s sentimental favorite subject is the horse.

Carol Lee Thompson has painted countless images of the horse in every genre.

Thompson 1Carol is an avid horsewoman, so her knowledge is first hand and very personal.

She exhibits with Crossgate Gallery, the nations top sporting art gallery.

Her equine work can be found in several other galleries throughout the country.

Thompson rightCarol is a Signature Member of the American Academy of Equine Art (AAEA).

She has won the Sporting Art Award, the Action Award, Honorable Mention and the Award of Excellence in their Exhibits.

Her sporting art and fox hunting pieces can be seen at the Saratoga Races and throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

Thompspn 3Carol is a Signature Member and Member of many of the nation's top art organizations.

She is in many prominent collections and does countless equine and dog commissions.

Carol hopes that her portrayals of the magnificent horse promotes respect and appreciation for mans most loyal and important animal partner throughout history.

Contact her via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit her website at: www.carolleethompson.com

The art and inspiration of artist, Sue Ciccone

Growing up in Chester County, Pennsylvania, Sue Ciccone developed a great appreciation for the history and beauty of the Brandywine Valley.

Crisp Morning 8x16 Giclee PrintCrisp Morning 8x16 Giclee PrintAn art lover at an early age, painting was not something she discovered until later in life.

Once she found her passion, the doors opened wide to possibilities.

Her painting journey began with beach scenes inspired by family getaways to Ocean City, New Jersey and landscapes that reflected the rolling hills of the Brandywine Valley.

Two Lucky Friends 12x12 Acrylic on CanvasTwo Lucky Friends 12x12 Acrylic on CanvasBoth served as a springboard to painting animals.

With nature as her inspiration, she shared her life experiences via her paintbrush.

She learned that the best paintings happen when there is an emotional connection to the subject.

For Sue, it is her love of all living creatures.

There is and even deeper joy when those viewing her work feel the same joy and appreciation.

Lucky Girls Friend 18x24 Acrylic on CanvasLucky Girls Friend 18x24 Acrylic on CanvasSue’s work has been featured in multiple galleries, juried art shows and is collected throughout the United States.

For many years she has exhibited in the Chester County Studio Tour.

She is a member of the Chester County Art Association and the Wayne Art Center.

She has created many commissioned works.

For more information, www.suecicconeartist.com, orcontact Sue at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or 610-656-444.

Facebook: Sue Ciccone – Professional Artist, or Instagram: suecicconeart.

Elise Phillips paints the bucolic countryside

ELVERSON, Pa.--Elise Phillips was born in Wayne, Pa., into a family with an extensive  background in the fine arts.

Phillips 1Her great, great grandfather founded Newman Galleries in Philadelphia in 1865, and today she is the fifth generation of the
family involved in the Arts.

She is a talented local painter specializing in oils.

In addition to formal training, she participates in numerous shows .

Phillips 2The work of Elise Phillips is featured in regional galleries and favored by local collectors.

Elise has for many years maintained a studio in Elverson, Pa., where the bucolic countryside is a source of inspiration for many of her paintings as she is surrounded by horse farms.

Elise is an award winning exhibitor, with most recently winning an award of excellence in the Oil Painters of America 2018 Eastern Regional show.

Phillips 3She is also a signature member of the Philadelphia Water Color Society, a member of the Philadelphia Sketch Club, Oil Painters of America, American Impressionist Society and the Mid Atlantic Plein Air Painters.

To see more of her work please go to her websit www.enphillips.com or go to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 484-256-3103.

Lini Westland Stevens' artistic subjects are many and varied

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.--Lini (Leeni) was born in Holland, spent her childhood in Canada and settled in Philadelphia.

Steven Charile the cookieCharile and the cookieAs a teenager, she was quickly recognized by Canadian artist, Jacqueline Roderick and progressed rapidly under her tutelage.

She continued to study with her father, Pieter Westland, an accomplished artist in his own right.

Stevens WilliamsburgTeamAztecScan WilliamsburgTeamLini enjoys a wide range of artistic endeavors and has found the use of bold, dark and bright colors underscored with deep shadows to be a reflection of the real world.

Oil is her medium of choice as it allows for plenty of time in which to create a finished painting. Her strict adherence to detail is her true “signature.”

Stevens SundownSundownLini has shown her work in the Delaware Valley, Ontario, and Delaware, with many of her works in private collections in Holland, Canada and the United States.

Lini’s subjects are many and varied – from freelanced and commissioned landscapes and seascapes to personal and corporate portraits and portraits of favorite horses and pets.

Stevens CalliCalli“The masters evoked deep emotion in their works.

That is what made them masters, and I continue to study in hopes of learning from their inspiration.

Being an artist is extremely subjective allowing the exposure of passion and soul to be out there for all to see.

Williamsburg Team -"Lovely Ladies (the horses) outfitted in Colonial Rigging for their Carriage Ride" is an Oil on Canvas 20x24" framed in 4" solid wood dark brown and gold Plein Air frame - $3800.

Limited giclee prints, 20x24", are available on canvas panel for $320, unframed, and limited giclee prints on acid free archival paper, 15x18", are available for $210, unframed

My work is myself.”

Contact Lini Westland Stevens at www.linistevens.com

Ginny Jenkins, Artist and Photographer, has striking animal artwork

DOWNINGTOWN, Pa--Ginny is our own multi talented Advertising Director here at THE HORSE OF DELAWARE VALLEY.

GINNY j NEW “Red Barn” 8 ½ x 11” Giclee Print
Signed, numbered LTd. Ed. $45
Better known for Equine Photography in her annual HORSES OF CHESTER COUNTY Calendars for years, and more recently for her Book, HORSES NATURALLY (Amazon.com), she is one busy lady.

Ginny 2NEW  11 x 17 release: “WINNER” Signed, numbered Ltd. Ed. Giclee Print - $60

You can also find her striking artwork in many homes and offices throughout the US, and she is currently working on a new book project with her multiple shots of -animals, with pertinent messages for all of us – straight from the animal kingdom and Mother Nature which is COMING SOON!

Her new book is in production now, and it will be out and available prior to the holidays.

Ginny 1Natural Trimmer    NEW RELEASE 8 1/2 x 11 Aiged Numbered Ltd. Ed. Giclee Print $45This book will make a fun stocking stuffer for the animal lovers on your list.

Inside will be many of Ginny’s traditional heartfelt animal and pet portraits,, combined with pertinent messages from them all! You’ll see much more about this in our upcoming HDV HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE!

Contact Ginny via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call her at 610-873-4042 to discuss the many photography and art options.

See Ginny J. Jenkins – Facebook

 

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