Jennifer Pratt's Profile

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My artistic style ranges from colorful painterly gestures to traditional realistic portraits of the equine subject. While my color palette and technique is diverse, I always portray the horse with distinct clarity. Subtle movements and unusual angles are recurring themes. Collectors describe my work as correct and true to the equine form.

I am passionate about sporthorses and learning warmblood pedigrees. I insist on studying each subject I paint live and I take great pleasure in researching the bloodlines behind all my subjects. This helps me fully understand the horse I am painting and it’s background. My equine commissioned and original artworks hang in homes throughout Canada, United States, UK and Sweden. I am proud to have longstanding relationships with my collectors.

In 2013 I moved from Ontario, Canada to Portland, Oregon. After a lengthy break to…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 24
  • Joined January 2, 2009

Favorite materials

oil paint, canvas panel, canvas, ampersand panels

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About

My artistic style ranges from colorful painterly gestures to traditional realistic portraits of the equine subject. While my color palette and technique is diverse, I always portray the horse with distinct clarity. Subtle movements and unusual angles are recurring themes. Collectors describe my work as correct and true to the equine form.

I am passionate about sporthorses and learning warmblood pedigrees. I insist on studying each subject I paint live and I take great pleasure in researching the bloodlines behind all my subjects. This helps me fully understand the horse I am painting and it’s background. My equine commissioned and original artworks hang in homes throughout Canada, United States, UK and Sweden. I am proud to have longstanding relationships with my collectors.

In 2013 I moved from Ontario, Canada to Portland, Oregon. After a lengthy break to adjust, I resumed painting in fall of 2014. The Pacific Northwest has brought me new inspiration to begin painting landscapes. These are created both Plein Air and in my studio. I hope you enjoy!

website: www.jennpratt.com
Studio Blog: http://jennprattequineartist.wordpress.com
Facebook Page: Equestrian Artist Jennifer Pratt

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