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Begun in Middleburg, VA, in 1980 and now based in Lexington, KY, the AAEA is a non-profit organization “dedicated to promoting and sharing representational art that celebrates the horse in sport and life. It also offers hands-on instruction from practicing equine artists with a goal of fostering artistic excellence in the genre.”
The AAEA’s founding members were some of the top sporting painters and sculptors of the day. Forty years later, the organization still inspires generations of equine artists in all manner of media, techniques, and artistic influences. 2020 Hindsight features works by founders, celebrating their accomplishments and commitment to equine art. Sculptures, paintings, etchings, and drawings feature horses jumping, sorting cattle, playing polo, and in daily barn activities such as shoeing or grooming.
Find more information at the National Sporting Library & Museum: http://nationalsporting.org/
And see more art works from the 2020Hindsight exhibition at: http://www.nationalsporting.org/index.php/nslm/exhibition_details/972
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