Landman, Kathy

  • “American Pharoah” 2015 Tripple Crown winner who now stands at Coolmore Stud in Lexington, KY.
  • “Ad Lib” A 2014 American Warmblood colt out of Trinket by Catherston's Liberator owned and bred by Fernanda Kellogg. This was a particularly fun commission because it started with foal pictures, yearling images and continued through his being shown in hand by his owner/breeder as a two-year-old. Looking forward to seeing him in competition in a few years.
  • “Ella and Story Time” A set of portraits for Mr. & Mrs. William F. Henze II's home in Aiken. Inspired by English hunt prints. The second set of portraits that I've produced for these wonderful clients. Their now retired horses, Pierre and Henry, have portraits are hanging in their home in Millbrook. In all of the pictures I combined landscape hunt images taken on their property during a meet, formal portraits or each horse and action photos hunting.
  • “Ella and Story Time” A set of portraits for Mr. & Mrs. William F. Henze II's home in Aiken. Inspired by English hunt prints. The second set of portraits that I've produced for these wonderful clients. Their now retired horses, Pierre and Henry, have portraits are hanging in their home in Millbrook. In all of the pictures I combined landscape hunt images taken on their property during a meet, formal portraits or each horse and action photos hunting.
  • “War Dancer” The 2010 horse by War Front, out of Deed I Do, is now standing at Rockridge Stud. In his second season, War Dancer is known as America's Most Eligible Stud. This portrait was commissioned by his owners.
  • “Foal”
  • “Portrait of Garrett Gomez”
  • “The British Judges” The Virginia Foxhound Club Sixtieth Annual Show of Foxhounds.
  • “Pickles” Pickles is a rescue dog who now serves as an emotional support animal for his new owner.
  • “Dikerdachs Beyonce” Champion show dog Beyonce has no trouble striking a pose.
  • “Dikerdachs Puppies” This litter is ready for their new owners.
  • “Christmas Cat” This Ragdoll purebred has good life in Greenwich, CT.
  • “Portrait of Two Girls”
  • "Portrait of a Young Girl" Archival ink on paper, 22 x 17 inches, Signed & Numbered

American Contemporary

Kathy Landman is an accomplished photographer and custom book publisher.  After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design she became involved in the downtown New York performing arts scene. Her work was exhibited at the Soho Photo Gallery and published in The New York Times, MOMA, Flash Art International, and Magazine Kunst among others. A successful career in broadcast design and advertising followed.

View a Complete Gallery of Kathy Landman’s work

Recently she has had two one-woman shows at the National Arts Club and designed and published a book on The Millbrook Hunt Kennels and a book on a Private Garden. She is currently working on a traveling exhibition of photographs for The Good Dog Foundation and a book on therapy dogs.

Kathy Landman – The Horse Photographer

COMMISSIONS

Commissioning a renowned artist such as KATHY LANDMAN is a step towards owning a very personal piece of peerless work. As the wonderful images hung on the walls of galleries, museums, corporate offices and private homes around the world illustrate, no two of her portraits are alike. Each is painstakingly crafted by Kathy’s artistic instincts in order to draw out the personality of her equine subjects and provide genuinely memorable art. Kathy has compiled a series of tiered commission packages designed to guarantee the complete client experience. They include personal pre-shoot consultations with Kathy herself, beautiful prints presented in bespoke, custom frames, exclusive art books and even advice on the hanging of the artworks. The commissions can be purchased for clients’ own pleasure or gifted to others. These are rare opportunities to have an artist acclaimed as one of the world’s leading photographers capture your horse in a truly unique manner.

To find out more, you can contact Jeanne Chisholm on 845.505.1147.

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Elite Equestrian Featured Artist, Nov 2018