Saturday, January 31, 2009

Calling all horse lovers!


I just set up a blog for my Etsy team, Whoa Horse Art. I only have very basic information on there but am in the process of adding blog links, photos, websites and more. In the near future everyone on the team will be able to add sales info, new work, treasuries, fun stories, promotions, and more. I am really hoping that in March we will be able to coordinate a team giveaway. It's going to be very exciting and we have new artists joining the team every week. If you are a horse artist and would like to join the team just let me know.

11 comments:

Zan Asha said...

Ahh, Jen, if I only WAS a horse artist. Not sure how it translates to all cloth, though :)

I know you will find some awesome people!

Sarah said...

Oh yes please!! If you think my horses are good enough for your group!! Sarah

Linda said...

I'm looking forward to it. I'll add your new blog to mine because many of my horse friends are looking for unique equestrian art. Have you ever heard of Brenna Tyler. http://www.lonehorsefineart.com/
I saw her art in Joseph, Oregon--wonderful equestrian painting and sculpture.

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

The blog looks very classy, beautiful Jen! Thank you for taking on the job of setting it up, we are all in your debt!

Jennifer MacNeill-Traylor said...

No problem Gail, I love to do it. I am a strong believer in karma.
Also I love to promote other people's art. If I didn't paint, I would surely want to own a gallery!

Linda, I have seen Brenna's work before (not in person though). She is AMAZING!!!

PitBullLadyDesigns said...

How much horse art do your members need in their store to be considered horse artists?

Five O'Clock Somewhere said...

Very cool! I will be following your Etsy team. I have an etsy shop with an equestrian line.

Carol Buck & Dottie Martz said...

great job on the blog! It is going to look very professional!

Kathleen Coy said...

Very cool, I love horse art!

Oh, and I left you a blog award at my blog if you want to come pick it up. :-)

Miccosukee said...

Jen
to break the news that Maggie at Grey Waren Art appears to have taken a hiatus from her painting. She is concentrating on her youth adult fiction series on vampires. Which is sad as I have a nice collection of not only some of her originals acrylics, oils but also her prints and ACEOs.

I have no idea when she plans to return.But you have a great list of other equine artists.

trisha

StarrlightJewelry said...

i will not join the team, but ill be a follower and supporter for sure!