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.

On the Ball II

Pink Tutu


Power II


Large Horse on a Ball 8/30

Day of the Dead horse

Small Horse with Red Boots

Medium Rocking Horse 16/30

Circle of Friends

Between II 4/12

Stall Portaits #1

Stall Portaits #3

Exercise Ball 5/30

Rapunzel 3/12

Rapunzel 3/12