Wild Horse Art Prints

Sometimes it’s very difficult to find wild horse art prints. Well, at least that one for you.

I used to enjoy riding horses when I was a kid. Now I love to paint them!

I really like painting animals and the horse is a special treat. I still haven’t entirely figured it why, but I suppose that I like it because of their muscularity.

The lion is more powerful, the cheetah is faster, even the elephant is more majestic. I could go on naming a bunch of animals that I think have individual characteristics more prominent than those of horses. Yet, none of them will have that vibrant muscularity-movement connection.

The old days, Spanish settlers that brought horses to America could not imagine they were contributing to modern art prints creation when they lost a number of their animals back in the beginning of colonial America.

Horses in the wild make us think about environment issues, they are the lords of freedom in a lost free land.

Painting untamed pictures of untamed horses is so great because your hand also sets free, almost dancing with the horse’s movement. It is a refreshing experience of art creation. You are not the rider, the horse is. He is the master that takes you to uncharted regions of your soul in order to produce a beautiful piece of art.

Take a peek about the topic in Wikipedia. if you wish to have a deeper look on it.

Solitary groupings of feral “equus caballus” can be found in lots of sparse locations around the world. Even though they are commonly called “wild”, those are simply feral horses since they have domesticated ancestors.

A new population of horses was found in the Riwoche Valley of Tibet in 1995.

Completely anonymous to outsiders, the locals used them for common chores. Investigations didn’t show DNA variations from domesticated horses.

Their size and looks resemble images from “Horse # 2” shown in primitive cave paintings.


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6 thoughts on “Wild Horse Art Prints

  • March 12, 2016 at 4:45 pm

    Fantastic use of color to illustrated movement and presence of a impressive wild horse. I love the vivid description of your craft. you have the sensibility and talent to involve me with art. I truly enjoyed it! Cheers margarida xoxo

    • March 12, 2016 at 4:54 pm

      Hello, Margarida,

      Thank you for your kind words. I hope to see you around for more art prints digging.

      All the best,


  • March 12, 2016 at 6:54 pm

    Wild Horse Art Prints – im impressed the way your page is presented. The Niche and the Page subject is unique and i can feel your passion through your words. I am sure the paintings speak even stronger.

    The passion itself opens doors for success. And the subject is so vast and your knowledge and research you bring on to the page is very impressive
    Well Done and all power to you

    • March 12, 2016 at 7:06 pm

      Hello, Rowan,

      Thank you for your encouraging words. I wish you all the best too.


  • March 10, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    Wow, the pictures look great! Are they hand painted and what medium did you use? I love art in general and I used to paint when I studied art and design in my twenties. Even in high school, I loved to paint and art was one of my favourite subjects.

    What is the size of the prints?

    • March 10, 2016 at 5:29 pm

      Hello, Yvonne,

      Thank you for you kind compliment. Most of the images are, both digitally and hand processed with a graphics tablet as you can see in this article about Photoshop Elements.

      I love it when fellow self-perceiving artists drop by to say “Hello”. We should all do this more often, don’t you think?



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