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Taking the Reins with Nepal Horse Art

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One of my favorite artists, Sanjib Rana, likes horses as much as I do!   When I first met him, he already had an extensive collection of photos of horses in order to paint them for his ex-patriot clients in Kathmandu.

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I gave him free rein to paint 8 horses on one of my Fair Trade art forays into Nepal, and he did not disappoint.

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Here Sanjib extends the bottom of the painting by placing this horse behind a brick wall.

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Here Sanjib gives this lovely horse a golden glow.

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These works are a bit larger than the standard signboard offered on this blog.   Sanjib's portraits of horses are 12" by 15" and painted on metal with synthetic enamel.

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Nepal has no ocean, but this horse enjoys running through the surf.

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Another horse given an idyllic setting by Sanjib.

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White horse in a paddock by Sanjib Rana.

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From an earlier series, Sanjib wrapped this in newspaper before it was totally dry, but I rather like the effect of the newsprint and think it added to the piece.

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This white horse is from the same early series, painted in 2007, and has a dramatic red border.

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The artist Sanjib Rana with his work in the garden of the Dragon Guest House in Boudha, my home away from home while in the Kathmandu Valley.

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I couldn't resist putting this at the end of this blog!  

These paintings on recycled metal and can be hung indoors or out.   Each of these paintings are currently available for $160 each.   Or you can send me a photo of your own horse and I will give that photo to 3 different artists, giving 3 artists work and you a wider choice.   The extras will be sold in museum shops, retail stores, art galleries or here on line.  

Please contact me at ampage1@gmail.com for more information, to place an order or with any comments or questions.    My website is at www.NepalDog.com, and there are more horses and other pets there.

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