EQUUS - 10 Equine Works of Art Celebrated with Prose
Equus is a selection of dimensional wooden paintings by Maria Talasz inspired by members of the horse family "Equus". In this book you will find color photographs and illustrations of ten individual works of art accompanied by descriptive prose written by MaryLee Hayes.
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The form of writing is called ekphrastic description, which is the oldest type of writing about artistic creation. Ekphrasis is oftentimes dramatic, stemming from art that is genuinely inspirational. Measures 8"x8", with 36 pages. Made in USA.
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Charlene's design in the smallest size as a wearable piece of equine art. Measures 2.5 inches wide. Comes in black or white gift box.
USB storage device
Equilux 8GB USB Storage Device. Sharp design with crystal handle and custom laser engraved image and solid wood cap.
Anastasia Wine Stopper
Anastasia design 3D laser engraved inside this clear crystal wine stopper. Perfect gift for the person that loves horses and wine.
Majestic Denali and Magic Milton - Two Great Ones
Majestic Denali, tallest peak in North America with Wonder Lake in the foreground. Jumping the mountain range is the famous Magic Milton.
A dynamic play of positive and negative space form the trees of the tundra surrounding the lake. Fall colors with gold paint provide a warm contrast to the blues of the mountain. The segments are strung together to form the landscape in combination with the back panel.
Filly on the Ridge - Anastasia is engaging us from above. Made in Alaska in 3D from solid Baltic Birch ply wood, hand cut. Spacious single tone satin blue on gloss white back panel measuring 24x36 inches.
Two horses in western tack in a scene depicting Anchorage Alaska and the coastal mud flats. With each detail carefully hand cut the buildings represent the iconic mix of high rise and small residential buildings that make Anchorage unique. Nestled in the Chugach mountains this opulent shore is rich in natural beauty. Inspired by skylines, this one has special meaning as the city and the surrounding communities have become the home of the artist and in that sense a real Trail's End in a personal story. Hand cut of Baltic Birch plywood, painted with gouache water colors, and varnished.