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Lynne Pomeranz

In Spring 2004, The Gaited Horse magazine wrote, “Pomeranz is one of those best-kept secrets, whose images touch the heart like few others”.  Since then her equine images have graced the covers and columns of numerous publications, including Western Art Collector, Santa Fean, New Mexico Magazine, Western Horseman, The Gaited Horse, New Mexico Horseman’s Directory, Horsemen’s Voice, and the book “Tony & The Cows”.  She has received an Addie award and awards from the American Horse Publications. Lynne's images have been exhibited throughout the West and collected worldwide. Her book of published photographs, Among Wild Horses: A Portrait of the Pryor Mountain Mustangs is now in second printing and available in bookstores nationwide. 
 
Lynne is no stranger to the ways and the world of the horse. She has dreamed horses since the age of three, is a long time equestrian and has had numerous jobs in the horse industry before turning to photography fulltime. Her own horse, Teques Snickers, has been her constant companion and inspiration while pursuing her journey to combine her love of horses and fine art photography. 
 
Artist Statement
“As a photographer, I am reminded daily of how precious and fleeting a moment can be. I have always been drawn to all things wild, horses, the landscape, objects abandoned and unbranded by time, and the sense of poetry in everyday scenes that tend to go unnoticed. Since my first encounter with wild horses in 2003, I have been on a quest to document and share their world with others through my photographs. I have been blessed with the opportunity to spend countless hours in the wild pursuing my art while capturing images of horses as nature intended...as they wish to be...simply themselves. My hope, always, is that these images convey to others the soulful beauty and magnificent spirit of wild horses and the landscapes they call home.”