This workshop with equine artist Jaime Corum will focus on the beauty of the galloping horse through a series of stop-action poses (based on photographs of the galloping horse by Eadward Muybridge). Each workshop student will work with one powerful gallop pose for an individual creative painting. When completed, we will use digital images of the paintings to create a gif animation of the galloping horse. Participants will work with acrylic paint on canvas.
About the Artist
Jaime Corum is an equine artist born and raised in Kentucky. She has been involved with horses and art nearly all her life and now they have become a single path. Jaime received her undergraduate education from Bellarmine University (BA) and graduate degree from the University of Kentucky (MFA).
Jaime’s equine art is inspired and refined by her own experience with horses, especially her own horse Chesapeake. She has been drawing horses since she can remember and riding since age 11. Jaime’s art evolved from doing portraits of friend’s horses for fun to a full-time career of commissioned portraits and original compositions.
Her primary areas of expertise are Thoroughbred Racing, Dressage, Show Jumping and Eventing, but she loves to work with horses of all shapes and sizes. From the finest thoroughbred to the homeliest pony—she finds them all beautiful.