Blog about bronze horse sculptures, horsEs and art

Kim Corpany is a fine artist who has been creating bronze horse sculptures for over 20 years. Her bronze horses can be found in international fine art collections as well as across the USA. Kim spent her school years filling the margins of her papers with drawings of horses. Not so much because she wanted to be an artist, but because she wanted to be with horses. Because of this, Kim's artwork grew from her love of horses rather than the other way around. Kim studied illustration and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Utah State University. From her desire to understand the anatomy of horses even better, Kim studied horse anatomy and sculpture under Mehl Lawson. This led her into the new direction of bronze horse sculptures.

Kim enjoys working with people to create custom bronze sculptures of their horses. She has created numerous custom bronze horse sculptures for her collectors.

the bronze horse sculptures and paintings of horses on this website are all a part of the horse art created by equine artist kim Corpany.​ Contact the artist direct for a free consultation about the bronze horse statue or horse paintings that you have in mind.

Custom commissions for horse art are welcome.

Bronze Horse

Kim Corpany’s recent bronze monument is a 1 and 1/2 life-size monument of Sheikh galloping on his Arabian mare.  Kim and her team traveled to Abu Dhabi for 20 days where they assembled and patina-ed the bronze sculpture prior to installing it at the entrance to the Al Forsan Shooting Sports Resort.  The monument was of such size that after assembling it in the foundry in the USA, the sculpture had to then be cut into sections and crated so that it could be air freighted to Abu Dhabi.  The entire project was quite an exhausting adventure which had to be completed in 8 months from small conceptual marquette  to finished and installed monument.

BRONZE HORSE sculpture gallery of original and custom horse art.

Kim Corpany grew up on the backs of her family's horses in Morgan, Utah.  Her mother is an artist and art teacher, so Kim began drawing lessons early.   Being a horse crazy girl from the start, Kim’s artwork has nearly always revolved around horses.
Kim graduated from Morgan High School where she was Sterling Scholar in art.
She went on to earn an AS degree from Weber State University and then a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Utah State University.
She studied landscape painting at the Jackson Hole Artist's Academy under the direction of Jim Wilcox.
Kim has also studied oil painting with Tom Browning at Scottsdale Artists School.

She attended Scottsdale Artist's School where she studied horse anatomy and bronze horse sculpture from CA sculptor Mehl Lawson. This class launched Kim's career in bronze sculpture and sculpting bronze horses.
She has also continued her learning by learning horse psychology, anatomy, and training from reining horse trainer Vaughn Knudsen. 
Kim enjoys training and showing her own horses in NRHA reining competitions as well as AQHA and APHA horse shows.
Kim worked in concert with sculptor and foundry owner Stan Watts and his foundry Atlas Bronze Casting to create  numerous bronze and statues worldwide including  a bronze statue of George Washington on his half-Arabian stallion, Blueskin which is located at Freedoms Foundation , Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.

Kim also sculpted the larger than life- size bronze horse sculpture of Seabiscuit for the hospital in Willits, California.

bronze horses sculpted to suit your bronze horse sculpture needs

Bronze Horses