Another Record Breaking Performance at this Year's Festival
2014 marked our tenth Anniversary of Festival exhibitions at Cheltenham. This year, owing to the redevelopment of the course, we found ourselves in a new location in the tented retail village. We were concerned that this new location would make it difficult for our customers to find us among the throngs. How wrong we were. You found us!
Investing in Contemporary Equestrian Art - An Art Dealer's Perspective
With prices remaining strong, leading equine artists growing in popularity and with increasing overseas demand, is the UK's contemporary equestrian art scene still enthusiastic investors' best kept secret or is it destined to move to the art collectors and investment mainstream? I ask John Thorley, the UK's leading equestrian art exhibitor and Director of Equestrian Art Ltd his expert views.
Charity Equestrian Art Exhibition in aid of the IJF at the Buccleuch Arms, St Boswells, near Kelso
On Friday 28th February and Saturday 1st March, Billy and Rachael Hamilton will be hosting a charity equestrian art exhibition in aid of the Injured Jockeys Fund at their award winning coaching Inn in St Boswells, near Kelso.
China, Infinity & Beyond
2014 will mark an important milestone in the history of Equestrian Art Ltd with the appointment of Susan Fabbro (pictured) as EAL's first agent responsible for exhibiting and marketing equestrian fine art into the Far East. Susie not only has a business and marketing background, but being based in Hong Kong, is familiar with the region and is a collector of the works of Alasdair Banks and Vine
Another Record Breaking Exhibition at the Cheltenham Open meeting
Equestrian Art ended its 2013 exhibitions calendar with another record-breaking event at the Cheltenham Open meeting. The largest exhibition stand to date situated in the heart of the tented retail village drew an audience of existing and new customers to see the latest works of our artists.
Equestrian Art Exhibition at Claridges Raises Funds for Carers Trust Charity
An exhibition and sale of equestrian art at Claridges in November raised over £7000 for the Carers Trust charity. The Carers trust exists to provide paid, fully trained carer support workers to go into the home and take over caring responsibilities, allowing carers to access vital breaks. It also offers a range of other support such as children's play schemes, carers centres and grants to car