This collection of wildly captured and artistically created images of wild horses from America’s western lands debuted at The Anderson Center gallery in the fall of 2019.
“This activity was made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts & cultural heritage fund.”
Wild and Untethered uses art as a tool to raise awareness for our vanishing wild lands and America’s living legacy, our free-roaming wild horses, who were recognized by Congress in 1971 as living symbols of our historic and pioneer spirit!
Wild and Untethered honors the wild spirit in us and and around us and out of respect for the subject have limited each image to one print only. As unique and individual as we are, so are our colorful and majestic wild horses!
To purchase your own original, framed art and read the back story to each image go here: Collections – then Wild and Untethered!
We proudly donate a percentage of each sale to a non-profit organization in the state the image was captured who advocate for wild horses by using adopted wilds in their programs, through education or therapies, or who work in partnership with the BLM or NPS in assisting in range management and/or ongoing adoption efforts.
Check out and support this exploratory docu-series traveling across 12 states within 150M+ acres of public lands. Wild Horse advocates and photographers, Jamie Baldanza & Deb Lee Carson, transports us through America’s western landscape bringing national awareness to the majestic yet politically complicated lives of America’s Wild Horse.
“I must do something” always solves more problems than “Something must be done.”
~ Author Unknown
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Fly Without Wings
A tribute to the spirit of America’s wild horses!
This body of work was captured over three months in the spring of 2015 in Theodore Roosevelt National Park and exhibited extensively over the next three years. Some images have been retired, some increased in value due to the loss of the subject in the image, and some still remain favorites and continue to be purchased and gifted!