I’m happy to announce that I made my first donation to the Salt River Wild Horses from sales from my art work!
The Happy new owners of “Rearing Fight” depicting two stallions on their hind legs fighting over a mare, are a wonderful local Prescott Arizona couple. I had been telling them about my art work and showing them sneak peaks with photos from my phone. Once they saw the actual images a bit larger on their computer screen, they were hooked.
It took Jim and Jeanne a little time to decide which one they liked the most. They had both been reading about the Salt River Wild Horses in the news but this was the first time they had spoken with someone who had actually been there. Jim and Jeanne are big supported of the arts and their home is filled with beautiful art. I am honored to be a part of their collection. As with many true art lovers, their wall space is quite limited. They chose a gallery wrapped canvas to go over their fireplace.
My clients purchased the artwork directly through me. I went over to their home and we measured and verified the location would be over the fireplace. Once the gallery wrapped photo arrived, I called to arrange the installation. It’s so fun to actually go into my clients homes and see where the photo will live. I enjoy seeing their expressions as I remove the horse photo from the wrapping and present it. Apparently, Jim and Jeanne decided to take the photo a step farther and have it custom framed. They had called me to invite me over to see the change. It was fun how excited they were to show off their new artwork.
Making the donation to the Salt River Wild Horses.
A few weeks ago I announced that I would be donating 10% off Salt River Wild Horse photo sales through my website to the Salt River Wild Horse Management Fund. I hope this is the first of many donations to help the cause. Again, if you’d like to donate directly, please click on this link. If you are interested in purchasing my Salt River photos, then check out the Salt River gallery on my website. 10% of all sales from this gallery go directly to the Salt River Wild Horse Management group. Plus, you can get your 2017 calendars already. You can follow along on their Facebook page to see the daily activity of their incredible supporters and volunteers. There is always something going on, whether it’s cleanup, fence repair, rescue or bringing awareness.
Jody Miller is a professional photographer specializing in Horse Photography, Equine Photography, and Equestrian photography. Her work can be viewed online here in her gallery section, and she is also featured at Arts Prescott Gallery, in Arizona.