Arabian & Western Horse Art

Trudy Bastman
Nov 6, 2013 7:31PM

My love for horses started at a very young age while living in the country in Nebraska. I would walk for miles just for the opportunity to ride a pony and be near them.

I had no idea that I had the ability to paint horses or anything to this extent. That was until I saved two starving Arabian mares just 5 years ago. 

I was encouraged to do a painting by a young, well know Arabian horse trainer, who I had met while trying to help the mares.  The painting I did for him, which was displayed during his "Farm Tour Party" was "The White Horse", pictured here.  I received a commission that night, and my career was born.

I believe my God given natural ability to paint horses with so much realism and feeling, was a gift finally realized because I saved my mares. They have changed my life, my career and my world. I owe it all to them, and that young horse trainer who encouraged me. 

Thank you for visiting my page and following my journey.

Trudy Bastman

My work can be found on the following websites: 

http://trudybastman.com/

http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/trudy-bastman.html

http://www.ebay.com/usr/bastmus?_trksid=p2047675.l2559

Trudy Bastman
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