Horse Art

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A selection of public horse art in Central Washington.

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Horse Art

  1. 1. Horses in Art As true spirits of the old West, equines are top subjects for contemporary regional artists At right: A horse bronze welcomes visitors to Memorial Park in Wenatchee.
  2. 2. Mural at the Rocky Reach visitors center in Wenatchee
  3. 3. Mural on building in downtown Quincy
  4. 4. Above: Weary cowpoke hauls saddle in Winthrop At left: Petroglyph horses on bookstore in Ephrata
  5. 5. Pony Express rider gallops past the front of the Ephrata post office
  6. 6. Happy horses made from oil drums at the Grant County Historical Museum in Ephrata
  7. 7. A horse statue rears at the Grant County Historical Museum in Ephrata
  8. 8. Above: Horses race along the south wall of the Grant County Museum. At right: A mural in a museum barn
  9. 9. A carved entry sign at the Grant County Fairgrounds in Moses Lake.
  10. 10. A horse statue at a tack store in Moses Lake
  11. 11. A Moses Lake mural includes Chief Moses, overlooking a Basin landscape
  12. 12. A horse statue keeps watch over a tack & feed store in Wenatchee
  13. 13. Steel cutout at horse property entry near Rock Island
  14. 14. Outdoor mural at tavern in Winthrop
  15. 15. A clear sign that horses are around every bend in Central Washington
  16. 16. Suicide Race competitors stampede down an Omak building exterior
  17. 17. Horses in an Omak mural look out over an Okanogan Highland landscape — and a parking lot
  18. 18. Glass etched by Cashmere artist Artie Bowman

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