Stephanie Revennaugh’s award winning sculpture is a delight to both horse lovers and art collectors alike.
A lifelong love affair with horses has taught Stephanie well the equine anatomy. Early dreams of riding through children’s books, countless hours rendering their form, Clipper her first pony, showing jumpers in South America and managing a dressage barn in Colorado have given Stephanie a deep understanding of her motif.
She studied painting for three years in Colorado, Arizona and Aix-en-Provence, France. A 2010 class at the Scottsdale Artist’s School, and has refined her craft in her studio in Montana.*
As a sculptor and an equestrian Stephanie is constantly working with and around horses, forever gleaning new insight into their movements, expressions, and how to render such creatures that ripple with life in clay and bronze. Her awareness stems from a fantastic sense of the tactile as well as her willingness to let materials speak for themselves – she leaves knife and hand marks in the pliable clay, never pretending that it is anything other than itself.
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