The Art for Horses 2016 Show and Sale is thoughtfully curated by Rose Fredrick.

Curator:  Rose Fredrick has curated the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale since 1997. As an art advisor, publisher and writer, Fredrick has been actively involved in the art scene for more than 25 years, working on exhibitions for non-profit causes and writing about art and artists for national publications. Fredrick won a National Endowment for the Arts grant in 2006, to curate a traveling exhibition title “Master Pieces of Colorado,” which explored the legacy of landscape painting in Colorado. Her interview with Wayne Thiebaud has been viewed at museums during his retrospective exhibitions, and is used by artists and professors in college curriculum. She has juried numerous exhibitions, and has moderated and sat on panel discussions covering such topics as “Art versus Smut: Where Does Photography Cross the Line” and “What’s Wrong with Western Art?” Fredrick has a fine art publishing company with an affiliation to University of New Mexico Press. Her publication “Elevated Perspectives: The Paintings of Joellyn Duesberry” was selected as a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards.

"Within the context of art history there's a rich tradition of equine art -- but not necessarily in the U.S.,” Rose Fredrick said, “I’m very happy to see Art for Horses come to the PACE Center, where, I believe, we can show Westerners a uniquely American brand of equine art."

Artists with equine-themed work are welcome submit to be considered for the show, via

Here's a direct link to the show on Juried Art Services:

If you would like to have a show prospectus emailed to you please email [email protected] to request a pdf of the prospectus.