“Horses are my life. I’ve been drawing, riding, writing about horses since I was eight. After graduating from Arizona State University in 1968, I began training and showing Arabians professionally in a variety of events from formal driving to cutting, dressage, and jumping. Love for horses found its way on canvas in 1975 under the guidance of a fine Western painter, Touraine. I try to capture the individuality of horses, their spirit and motion. Horses are, I believe, the most beautiful and noble animal on earth. I continue to ride, train, and teach. Almost everything I do is in honor of the horse.” – Chaille Trevor
Chaille’s work is represented in Arizona by Wilde Meyer Galleries. Click on any piece to enlarge it.