Intemational Museum of the Horse to Host American Academy of Equine Art 19th Annual Juried Exhibition
The Fall Showcase of Equine Art exhibition and sale, sponsored and juried by the American Academy of Equine Art, will be held September 14th through October 26, 1998 in the Intemational Museum of the Horse's William G. Kenton Gallery at the Kentucky Horse Park. The AAEA is a non-profit group dedicated to the promotion of excellence in the genre of equine art. It was founded in 1980 by such notable equine artists as Jean Bowman, Marilyn Newmark; Richard Stone Reeves and Sam Savitt.
This is the Academy's 19th Annual Juried Exhibition and features eighty artist from all over the United States and Canada. To be included in the exhibition each artist's work had to meet the exacting standards ofthe Academy's selection committee.
The Kentucky Horse Park is located off I-75 at exit 120 four miles north of Lexington, KY. Admission to the Park (which includes this exhibit) is $9.95 for adults, $4.95 for children (7-12), free for children 6 and under. Phone (606) 233-4303 or see the IMH website at www.imh.org
This page was originally published 9/17/98 in Resource Library Magazine. Please see Resource Library's Overview section for more information. rev. 11/28/11
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