Gypsy Dance | Fine Art Equine Photography | Barefoot and Bluegrass

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Gypsy Dance | Fine Art Equine Photography | Barefoot and Bluegrass

from 25.00

Biff is a gorgeous, grey 5 year old Gypsy Vanner horse - this  soulful, intelligent and regal guy is training to be one of the  Ambassadors for the Veterans Equine Therapy Program with Allison Wheaton and her team at Summit Equestrian Center

A donation to Summit Equestrian Center is made with each purchase of Gypsy Dance.

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It’s all about the details…

Items are 100% hand crafted and made locally in the Midwest. Our Fine Art Prints are created using archival quality Giclee printing on Watercolor Paper. Canvas art comes ready to hang and are gallery quality wrapped images.

Some print sizes require cropping- final product may vary slightly. Unframed images will ship within 5-7 business days. Framed and custom pieces will require additional time. You will be notified when your item is shipped.

All artwork comes unframed and unmatted unless otherwise noted and requested. Framing is available for 16x20 and 24x30 sizes only and available in black, white, gold, and expresso finishes. Foam Core Mounting is available in all print sizes.  

Would you like to create a custom framed piece of Art? We have a local framing Master!

We work with local craftsman and organic Midwest lumber sources (reclaimed barn wood, cherry, walnut) to create functional & beautiful custom built framed, ready to hang, statement pieces that will last a lifetime. We never compromise the quality of our work. From Farm to Home- we maintain the highest standards and take a tremendous pride in our work. A great design is a continuous balance of art and craftsmanship and each of our partners maintains a special talent that is developed beyond years of multi-faceted experience.

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Images are copyright of Photography by Meg Miller.