Windhorse Painting Raffle
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Windhorse Equine Learning is hosting an online raffle of the incredible artwork of Bonnie Cazier, featuring Martin Hubbman and his horse T Bone painted with oils. Proceeds of this raffle directly benefit Windhorse Equine Learning programs to provide experiential equine-assisted learning (EAL) classes that promote the development of social/emotional skills through guided interactions with horses. A primary goal of Windhorse is to ensure that all kids are able to learn from horses, so we offer scholarships to economically disadvantaged families. Bid on this beautiful piece through our online raffle to support Windhorse's goal of empowering individuals to discover and realize their full potential!
About the Artist
Bonnie Cazier is a passionate painter and student of the western landscape and its inhabitants, particularly horses and cowboys. After a 35-year career as a graphic designer and photographic art director, Bonnie turned to her passion of painting. One of her paintings was recently chosen top ten (out of 2,700 entries)for Artists Magazine’s “Over 60” competition, March 2014. In November 2014 her painting, “Kayenta in the Morning” was awarded Best of Show at the Southern Utah Artists Guild Fall Show in St George, Utah. Her paintings are in private collections in the United States and Europe and have been in galleries in Park City, UT, and Hamilton, MT. Bonnie has studied with many notable artists such as Bonnie Posselli, Ovanes Berberian, Zhang Wen Xin, Daniel Greene, John Poon, Steve Songer, Linda Curley and Jim Norton. Commissioned portraits of animals and landscapes are a sub-specialty and capturing the essence of animals is a particular gift of Bonnie’s. Working in oils, she prefers subtle nuances in color rather than bright saturated colors. She calls her particular style “Western Impressionism.” Bonnie paints and displays her work at Explore The Arts in Hamilton, MT.
Martin (Marty) Hubbman studied horsemanship with the great Ray Hunt and worked as a cowboy on ranches in Utah and Wyoming. His horse T-Bone was ridden by Utah trainer Jim Hicks in the opening ceremony ofthe 2002 Olympics in Utah.
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