We are all counting down the days until BreyerFest: Horse of a Different color. Today we would like to spot light another artist who has been participating in the Artisans’ Gallery since 2019.
Meet Carrie Keller!
A current resident of Indiana, Carrie has been horse crazy for as long as she can remember. Growing up her family did a lot of camping and trail riding. At age six she started riding and showing her pony at the 4-H fair. Riding horses and drawing horses were her favorite things to do. She was drawn to her art classes in school and decided to pursue a degree in graphic design.
For the past 18 years Carrie has been working as a professional model horse airbrush artist, but more recently, she has set up a home studio to work in and has turned to hand painting artist resins and custom horses in acrylic. She loves the new challenges her work brings her. Carrie tries very hard to capture the horse’s beauty by getting every detail, shading, and color just right!
Aside from her work she currently owns two horses: Ghost, a Spanish Norman, and Remi, a thoroughbred. Carrie loves performing dressage with them and keeps her focus within that discipline.
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