Spring Half Pass Prints
"Spring Half Pass" 8x10 Matted Open Edition Print. Each print is matted in a 11x14 mat. Fits in a standard 11x14 frame (not included) Each print is hand signed by artist Ivetta Harte. $28.95.
12x15 Giclée Archival Museum Quality Collectible Limited Edition Print limited to a total of 150 prints. It is printed to the highest standards on the finest archival acid free fine art paper, is supervised, and approved by the artist. Each print is hand signed and numbered by the artist, Ivetta Harte. Each print is provided with a unique Certificate of Authenticity according to the California State Law. Archival Giclée Print will last more than 200 years before any noticeable shift in color integrity occurs. $75.
About the artist:
Horse artist Ivetta Harte gets inspiration for her paintings from the daily horse life around her. "Dressage is so beautiful, I'm drawn to paint it, to picture the grace of those gorgeous horses and dedicated horse riders." Each horse art painting takes several weeks to complete and has three distinctive stages. The first part of equestrian oil painting is research of the subject, hours of horse observation (or years), taking photos of horses and horse riders, art composition and pencil sketches. After equestrian artist Ivetta Harte is satisfied with all of the components of the future painting, she picks up her art brushes to bring the blank art canvas to life. This is when equestrian painting can be called done, however equestrian artist Ivetta Harte believes in the very important final stage: finishing touches. When an artist or even a dressage rider concentrates on one painting or one dressage movement for a long time, important parts can be overlooked. Ivetta Harte puts the "finished" horse painting away for several weeks. After a while of not looking at the horse painting she brings it back and paints the finishing touches with a fresh eye. "I take a lot of pride in my work, every painting has the horse story and a equestrian dream behind it. Dressage deserves to be celebrated and immortalized in Fine Art Paintings". Equestrian artist Ivetta Harte is an art member of American Academy Of Equine Art, Equine Art Guild, and Equine Photographers Network.