Barb Haynie Equine Art

Horses are huge in my life, inextricably woven into my psyche, practically part of my DNA. The older I grow, the deeper are my feelings about them.

Art is huge for me too. Put the two together and through some form of magic, the whole becomes larger than the parts. While working for my fine arts degree, I refused to paint horses. At the time I thought it was too convenient a subject and perhaps too conservative for the avant garde art world. But eventually I reached a point where horses HAD to be in my art. I push the envelope with hog-wild color, giving my paintings a twist between pop art and Fauve.     from artist statement, no images may be reproduced without permission of the artist.

"Assessing the Situation" C. Barb Haynie, Aug 2013

“Assessing the Situation” C. Barb Haynie, Aug 2013

What Horses Do At Night; copyright Barb Haynie Aug. 2013

What Horses Do At Night;
copyright Barb Haynie Aug. 2013

Horse Power, copyright Barb Haynie

Horse Power, copyright Barb Haynie

Coqueta, copyright Barb Haynie

Coqueta, copyright Barb Haynie

One on Deck and Another in the Hole, copyright Barb Haynie

One on Deck and Another in the Hole, copyright Barb Haynie

"Bad for you Health" acrylic copyright Barb Haynie, July 2013

“Bad for you Health”
copyright Barb Haynie, July 2013

acrylic July 2013  copyright Barbara Haynie

“Circus”   copyright Barbara Haynie

copyright Barb Haynie

The Lesson, copyright Barb Haynie

copyright Barb Haynie

Pecking Order, copyright Barb Haynie

copyright Barb Haynie

copyright Barb Haynie

Copyright Barb Haynie

Copyright Barb Haynie

Dressage in the Southwest

Dressage in the Southwest, copyright Barb Hayne

%22Leap of Faith%22

Leap of Faith, copyright Barb Haynie

%22Heavyweights%22

Heavyweights, copyright Barb Haynie

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