A Signature Member of the American Academy of Equine Art (AAEA), sculptor Lynn Fraley’s equine creations express evocative personalities. Her deep respect for anatomy and love of movement is evident in each piece. Limited editions are available in bronze, resin or ceramic.
Vivid in my imagination from earliest days, Horse, is my visual vernacular.
Every personality that emerges, every gesture, every line of light in shadow, emanates from an inner world.
To give this idea of Horse presence I consult nature.
Anatomy, biomechanics and kinesiology. These are rules, tools really, I use to honor an inner spirit. Each sculpture is a meditation on a sense of rightness. That each part must be just so in order to fulfill the potential of the entire.”
Also an educator, her private and group workshops have been offered through her own studio, Boise Art Museum and various locations throughout the United States. Students explore the science of anatomy while learning to capture the essence of realistic movement and expression when creating equine sculpture.
Recent exhibits include:
- September 2018 American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibit, Tryon, NC, awarded the Founders Award for Best Sculpture
- December 2017 featured artist, Gallery 55, McCall, ID
- November 2017 Gallery 208, Boise, ID
- September 2017 American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibit, Aiken, SC, awarded the Sam Savitt Award for best depiction of equine movement.
- September 2016 American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibit, Georgetown, KY, awarded the Marilyn Newmark Award for sculpture.
- September 2016 Opening Doors exhibit, Boise State University, Boise, ID
- Nov/December 2014 Artist in Residence, Surel’s Place, Garden City, ID
- February 2013 Opening Doors exhibit, Boise State University, Boise, ID
- September 2012 American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibit, Georgetown, KY
- January 2012 Tin-stallation exhibit, Art Source Galley, Boise, ID
- September 2011 BOSCO exhibit, Art Source Gallery, Boise, ID
- September 2011 American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibit, Georgetown, KY, awarded the Leonard J Meiselman medal for sculpture.
A member of the Society of Animal Artists, her sculptures have graced the covers of The Chronicle of the Horse and The Hobby Horse News and are included in private collections in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia.