I’ve been very slack of late and promise I have quite a few posts to get up here – it’s just a question of doing so!
One that may be of interest to fellow Australian’s (and those from around the world who aren’t familiar with Inglis may want to check out the entry form) who are artists may be Inglis’ Equine Art Prize. Commencing in 2011, the competition focuses on depicting the Thoroughbred industry – be that the horses, stables or people involved.
Open to anyone from any country, this competition is a great way to have the winner’s equine works on display to a large part of the Thoroughbred industry in Australia.
The Inglis Equine Art Prize will be exhibited at locations in Sydney and Scone, New South Wales and Melbourne, Victoria. Perhaps you’re an accomplished equine artist or maybe you’re just starting out. Either way, why not check out this competition and it’s guidelines to see if it’d be worth entering.
“Amazingly fast, incredibly strong, tirelessly proud, fantastically gentle, he is a huge dark beast that touches the hearts of all who meet him.” – Anna Sewell