The “Conformation (In Focus)” print series has launched! Shop the collection.

framed prints of graphite drawings of horses by danielle demers
framed prints of graphite drawings of horses by danielle demers

Fine Art Gicleé Prints

“Conformation (In Focus)”

anonymity in high detail

The latest studio launch!
Fine gicleé reproductions on heavy-weight art paper
Starting at $35, available in 3 sizes

PURCHASE YOUR PRINT

The specific, detailed nature of these drawings, made anonymous through cropping compositions, evokes memories of time spent at the barn: brushing, currying, tacking up, turning out, mucking stalls, throwing flakes of hay, and admiring horses standing nearby while filling paddock water troughs.

I hope these pieces also call to mind the feeling of crisp mornings, the smell of fresh hay, the familiar beat of steel-shod hooves down the barn aisle, steam rising from velvet nostrils, and shavings stuck in rumpled tails – each experienced as we carried out these horse care rituals; moments simultaneously treasured and dreaded (for the sheer amount of early morning work). Moments of the most clarity and meditative calm. Moments of true quiet. Moments we will always carry with us as horse people, whether the last time we cleaned the barn was 10 minutes or a decade ago.

Fine Art Gicleé Prints

“Conformation (In Focus)”

anonymity in high detail

PURCHASE YOUR PRINT

The latest studio launch!
Fine gicleé reproductions on heavy-weight art paper
Starting at $35, available in 3 sizes

The specific, detailed nature of these drawings, made anonymous through cropping compositions, evokes memories of time spent at the barn: brushing, currying, tacking up, turning out, mucking stalls, throwing flakes of hay, and admiring horses standing nearby while filling paddock water troughs.

I hope these pieces also call to mind the feeling of crisp mornings, the smell of fresh hay, the familiar beat of steel-shod hooves down the barn aisle, steam rising from velvet nostrils, and shavings stuck in rumpled tails – each experienced as we carried out these horse care rituals; moments simultaneously treasured and dreaded (for the sheer amount of early morning work). Moments of the most clarity and meditative calm. Moments of true quiet. Moments we will always carry with us as horse people, whether the last time we cleaned the barn was 10 minutes or a decade ago.

The “Lines” collection of expressive original equine drawings

These drawings make my heart sing. Everything about this series, from the gestures, to the color palette, to the line work, feels so true and authentic to the vision I had for this particular homage to the horse.

Each drawing shows the entire process — from broad mapping, to the tiniest flick of a line that gives the eye expression — every mark is there. Nothing is erased.

Only 6 pieces are still available from this series of 20 mixed-media drawings!

SHOP THE COLLECTION

The “Lines” collection of expressive original equine drawings

These drawings make my heart sing. Everything about this series, from the gestures, to the color palette, to the line work, feels so true and authentic to the vision I had for this particular homage to the horse.

Each drawing shows the entire process — from broad mapping, to the tiniest flick of a line that gives the eye expression — every mark is there. Nothing is erased.

Only 6 pieces are still available from this series of 20 mixed-media drawings!

SHOP THE COLLECTION

“Lines” Prints

Giclée reproductions on archival paper

drawing of a horse by danielle demers

The “Lines” Print Collection is here!
Fine gicleé reproductions on heavy-weight art paper
Starting at $30, available in 6 sizes

PICK YOUR PRINT

An ode to the beauty, honesty and sense of belonging and identity we find in horses. I chose 12 of my favorite drawings from the “Lines” collection to re-create as fine art gicleé prints, and I pulled out all the stops! Each print is created in-house on heavyweight 100% cotton fine art paper using a giclée printer.

Available in 6 different sizes and starting at $30, these pieces are perfect for pairing or creating an entire gallery wall!

Printed to order.

drawing of a horse by danielle demers

“Lines” Prints

Giclée reproductions on archival paper

Starting at $30 || Available in 6 sizes

PICK YOUR PRINT

An ode to the beauty, honesty and sense of belonging and identity we find in horses. I chose 12 of my favorite drawings from the “Lines” collection to re-create as fine art gicleé prints, and I pulled out all the stops! Each print is created in-house on heavyweight 100% cotton fine art paper using a giclée printer.

Available in 6 different sizes and starting at $30, these pieces are perfect for pairing or creating an entire gallery wall!

Printed to order.

A “Treasured” collection of intricate, original drawings of horses

4″x 6″ drawings || Graphite on paper

SHOP THE ORIGINALS

A “Treasured” collection of intricate, original drawings of horses

4″x 6″ drawings || Graphite on paper

SHOP THE ORIGINALS

Hello!

I’m Danielle Demers, an artist, art director, and designer living on the southern coast of Maine with my husband and little boy. I work almost exclusively in the equestrian industry, and – appropriately – I am completely smitten with horses.

Leading a creative life rooted in a world of horses is so fulfilling; reflecting a perfect intertwining of two of my greatest passions.

My grandmother, a talented artist herself, instilled a deep love of art within me when I was just three, possibly four, years old. I remember spending many lovely afternoons with her, learning to draw, and marveling at her work. My love for horses began even earlier; most likely the moment my parents first took me to meet their Quarter Horse, Jessie, at the barn where he was boarded (I resembled the heart-eyes emoji the second I laid eyes on him).

Crafting each of these collections has been an absolute joy, so thank you for taking the time to experience them with me. And, as we probably share a few of the same passions, please feel free to get in touch, or say hello on Instagram!

A photo of equine artist Danielle Demers, at work in her studio