EqSP Equine Studio Photography
Fine art equine photography.
Founded from a passion for horses & photography, to provide high end portraits for private commissions.
Commercial enquiries also welcome.
Our studio style crafted images make a great show piece for any wall. A complete service from on-location photo-shoots, through to gallery standard fine art prints.
G Dieudonne Fine Art
I very much grew up with an appreciation for the classics and the old masters which focused my decision at an early stage as to which type of art I wished to pursue. And while I have always enjoyed oil painting, seeing this medium as my main focus, I also offer work in charcoal and chalk.
I produce artwork in many varied subjects from portraits to scenes, specialising in equine/racing art. Encompassing my love and fascination with horseracing and bloodstock.
In the work I produce I hope to observe detail, depth, tone and warmth. And in representing figures in art I hope to do the sitter justice, whether human or animal. Give character, honour and most importantly a portrait their commissioner will love.
To see a full range of my work and little more about what I do please see my website.
Website URL: http://www.dieudonneart.com
Official photographers at Aintree, Ayr, Carlisle, Cartmel, Cheltenham, Hamilton Park, Haydock Park, Hexham, Kelso, Musselburgh, Newcastle, Perth & Sedgefield.
Offering on-site printing, graphic design, bespoke montages & calendars, specialised framing, stud, yard or syndicate features.
www.grossick.co.uk Email: email@example.com Tel: 01387 750512
Hamish Mackie Sculptures
Hamish Mackie aims to create dynamic sculptures, expressing the spirit of life within, you should be able to look wildlife sculpture in the eye and see life.
A full collection of work can be viewed on the website
Studio in Oxfordshire is open by appointment.
Solo exhibition Life in Bronze, Mall Galleries, London, 12-25 October 2020.
Please get in touch if you would like further information or if you would like to be added to the mailing list.
John Fitzgerald is now established as one of Ireland's leading Equine, Sporting and Portrait Artists. John was born in Co. Meath in 1976 and still lives and works in Co. Meath from his home studio in the heart of Meath's countryside.
John originally studied Industrial Design in Letterkenny RTC & in University of Wales, Swansea. It was while in college that he developed a strong understanding of drawing & design and the different techniques used in completing an original piece.
John was commissioned by the BBC and film maker Alison Miller to paint Shergar for the documentary Searching for Shergar which was shown on BBC 1NI and RTE1 in July 2018.
John's work is now collected worldwide by leading owners and trainers in the Equine world.