Fine art prints of my original horse drawings, figurative art, and paintings come in several forms: wall art, ACEO cards, and note cards. These prints are archival in nature.
Wall art can be bought and shipped as an 8″x10″ print (unless otherwise specified), or is available for immediate download for your personal use. Downloaded images can be shared on social media, but please contact me for commercial or other web or print related uses.
Visit this gallery for downloadable artworks.
Jen’s original realistic horse drawings and artworks have a unique style of realism with a hint of exaggeration. An intense level of detail goes into each original hand drawing, pen and ink drawing, watercolor painting, and every medium of two dimensional work that Jen works with. Her high quality printing process ensures her horse art prints and other fine art prints for sale convey the same level of detail as her originals.
These artworks are high quality in both form and finish, and are made to last (for more on the archival nature of my horse art prints and other fine art prints for sale on this website, visit the FAQ section on my contact page). Each fine art print comes in a protective sleeve with an artist signature, but will not contain the watermarks you see here on the website (downloadable art and other art prints (ACEOs, note cards) also won’t contain watermarks, but will have a visible signature).
You can buy horse art prints and other artworks on this website with confidence – each artwork will be shipped in packaging that ensures it makes it safely to you. You’ll be provided with a tracking number for your art purchase.
Fine art should be kept in temperature controlled areas, therefore time of shipping is critical in making sure your new artwork arrives safely. Intense temperature shifts of heat or cold can affect clay artworks by causing expansion cracks, therefore shipping of sculptures may be delayed due to weather. Any purchasers will be kept up to date on any delays, and your patience with this process will be highly rewarded with the arrival of a flawless art piece!
Typical room temperatures of houses and offices are no issue for clay sculptures, even with bases, even with a bit of a temperature swing from open windows, etc. As long as your plumbing isn't freezing, your sculptures will be just fine!
The short answer is yes. Though there are examples of clay pieces lasting hundreds of years, small parts like ears, legs, etc. can be fragile. When attached to a wood base or other material, cracks can appear in the clay piece due to differing expansion temperatures, so they shouldn't be exposed to extreme heat or cold. All fine art should be kept in temperature controlled environments, but that’s especially important for a clay piece that’s attached to a base. See my How To Sculpt Clay post for more information on the clay medium.
Yes! Each fine art original is scanned in high quality (600 x 600 dpi), then printed by a quality Epson printer onto photo paper that is archival in nature. This includes all fine art prints for sale as wall art, ACEO cards, note cards, etc.
Downloadable art prints: my original horse drawings, figurative art, and paintings can be purchased as printable art and cool phone backgrounds. You'll get one 5"x7" downloadable art print that can be used as:
These artworks are available for immediate download for your personal use. While downloaded images can be shared on social media, please contact me for commercial or other web or print related uses.
Visit the Printable Art Gallery for more information about downloadable artworks by Jen.
* Final artwork quality for downloadable artworks will depend on your printer.
Very rarely, but at this time I’m not taking any commissions.
Teaching artists are professional artists that also work as educators. These educators don't have to be in a scholarly setting, online classes and other platforms are also acceptable venues for education.
I do! With my love of horses, I intend to do some horsehair pottery once I get my pottery equipment together. I love pottery but have never had the setup for it, so that is in my 2-5 year plan (hopefully by 2025).
Jen is not only a clay sculptor / horse artist, but is also a WordPress web designer. She designs websites for small business and other artists, and also maintains some of her own personal website projects. Here are links to her other websites: