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Jean Clagett | Polo Magazine | Sculpting a Life in Equine Art by Jennifer Macaire

Jean Clagett featured in a past issue of Polo Magazine – Sculpting a Life in Equine Art, by Jennifer Macaire.

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Red (Polo), Desert Series by Mercedes

Red (Polo), Desert Series by Mercedes, 2016
Oil on Canvas
60 x 60 x 1 inches
152.4 x 152.4 x 2.54 cm
Signed

Alain Gaudin “Polo On The Beach” | Chisholm Gallery Ad

Alain Gaudin’s “Polo On The Beach” paintings featured in Chisholm Gallery Ad.

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Juliet Cursham “Nearside Forehand” | Chisholm Gallery Ad

Latest Chisholm Gallery Ad featuring Juliet Cursham’s “Nearside Forehand,” a Large Bronze Sculpture of Polo Player.

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Dready | Architects and Artisans Interview | Oct 2018

And there are some newer, updated Dreadys now?

The Chisholm Gallery in Palm Beach has Dreadys, and they’re in the middle of polo and horse country, so horses! And then I just had a commission for a client in Texas, so I drew cowboys, not football Cowboys but horse cowboys. And Sheryl Sick, a professional female polo player from Seattle, asked me to do a Dready of her horse, Rosebud, and so all these things led to more horses.

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Chisholm Gallery | Elite Equestrian Feature | Nov 2018

Chisholm Gallery featured in the latest Elite Equestrian, November 2018.

The Wellington National Golf Club features the best collection of equestrian art the area has to offer.

Kathy Landman | Elite Equestrian Feature | Nov 2018

Kathy Landman featured in the latest Elite Eqeustrian, November 2018.

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Vanessa Somers Vreeland Exhibition at Gallery Re, Marrakesh | Mint Tea Cafe Feature

Vanessa Somers Vreeland exhibition at Galerie Re, which was hosted by her family and friends as a tribute.

Beyond the glittering beauty of the mosaic artwork itself what struck me was the verve with which this lady seemed to have lived her life – which we discovered during speeches by her family and friends. She was it seems a fearless and beautiful lady who ran away from home at 17 to go to Paris, struck a modelling deal (some of her portraits are showing at the exhibition), married a multi-millionaire and travelled the world.

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John Hersey Memorial Exhibition at Hersey Haiku House, Millbrook, NY | Aug. 15, 2018

John Hersey “Probable Location of Erato”

“Probable Location of Erato” 1978, 66 x 84 inches

John Hersey Memorial Exhibition
Curated by Cannon Hersey and Elizabeth Rogers
Hersey Haiku House
1221 Chestnut Ridge Road
Millbrook, NY 12545

Opening Reception
August 15th, 1-7pm

This solo exhibition of John Hersey Jr. will feature large paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, etchings and monotypes spanning his life long career as an artist.

Having lived in Millbrook for the last 37 years of his life, many of the paintings, prints and photos on display were created in Millbrook during the 80s 90s and 2000s. John was educated at Yale University and had a studio and gallery in the heart of Soho at 476 Broome Street in the 70s and 80s and was friends with people such as Lou Reed, Gerard Malanga, John Chamberlin, Andy Warhol, Peter Bradley, David Koloane, Samson Mnisi and many other artists and culturally influential peers.

John Hersey Jr. passed away on May 30th, 2018.

Hersey Haiku house (site of exhibition) | Hersey Haiku House was envisioned, designed and built by John Hersey Jr. To see John’s art within the house that he built is a unique opportunity that may never happen again.

John Hersey “Return to Return, (Don't do it)”

“Return to Return, (Don't do it)” 1985, 84 x 64 inches

John Hersey “Starry Night”

“Starry Night” 2008, 72 x 96 inches

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Donna Long | International Opulence Magazine

Donna Long: Life of Old Hollywood, J. Paul Getty & Equine Artistry

Donna Long – artist, socialite, horsewoman, world traveler, style icon, daughter of silent film star Ann Rork Light, mother of Wendy Fritz, proprietor of Fritz Gallery West Palm Beach; Diantha Woods, equestrian trainer; Douglas Rudolph Woods, ship captain; and stepdaughter to J. Paul Getty.

On the scene, Donna Long shows that life and painting continue after 80! Just look at Gloria Vanderbilt, Edwina Sandys (granddaughter of Winston Churchill) and Susan Phipps Cochran, painting each day and dressing for evenings out on the town.

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