Well-established as a landscape and wildlife photographer, I began my love affair with the horse on the Serengeti Plain of Tanzania and Kenya, where vast herds of zebras, spirited and wild, cross the open landscape. Naturally my lens turned toward the zebra’s domesticated cousin as a symbol of power, grace and form. In these new impressions I explore Brazil’s culturally diverse Pantaneiro and Lusitano traditions; France’s unbridled and energetic Camargue; and the American West’s open range horses. – Art Wolfe
The UNBRIDLED exhibit is now showing at the Art Wolfe Gallery in Seattle’s SODO district.
Summer Pasture, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.
Wind Racers, Camargue, France.
Cowboy Coffee, Pantanal, Brazil.