Lisa Gordon

“I received an MFA from California State University Fullerton in 1992.  During my education, I developed an understanding of my place in the art world in relation to the vast history of equine art.  I vowed not to be dismayed by the often traditional depictions of horses.  I wanted to breathe new life into the horse’s form, juxtaposing the past with contemporary presentation.  My schooling exposed me to bronze casting and I developed a passion for the casting process.  After graduating, I worked for numerous foundries throughout the Southwest.  The balance with history, the casting process and my love for horses is the foundation for my work today.” – Lisa M. Gordon

Below are examples of Lisa Gordon’s work.  Please contact us for more information.

Pink Tutu

Roosters Ball

The Big Straight and Narrow

Foal in Boots

Career Moves

Passive

Power II

Presence

Large Horse on a Ball 

Circle of Friends

Between II

Rapunzel 3/12

Rapunzel

Highball

Paso Flamenco

Thank you Grandpa