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The artist competes because she loves it and like all her riding experiences, learns from it. While she rides she’s studying the horse and all his movements. It’s that learned intimacy with form and movement that translates into her memorable bronzes of horses at rest or at play. [from article "Nature's Realm" Winter issue of Horses In Art featuring Tammy Bality]

Yin and Yang Horses by Anne Russell - I like how the problems of thin horse legs are eliminate, but the shape and grace are still implied. Perhaps option for stretching cat?

Polar Bear -- Inuit Art -- Book cover of Eskimo Art, by Cottie A. Burland, 1973 -- Source? http://www.studyblue.com/notes/note/n/art-158-exam-2-flashcards/deck/844681