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Kimerlee Curyl


"He was one of the most noble and fierce stallions who once roamed the Steens Mountains and he was my muse during my time on the mountain. He vanished without a trace a few years back and I'm certain is racing the wind with his powerful legs and resting in warm sunny prairies just beyond the rainbow bridge." - Kimerlee Curyl

Steens Mountain, Oregon

60" x 40" edition of 15.
All other sizes, edition of 5.

Please allow 4-6 weeks for printing and shipping.

Limited Edition Print Options:

  • Print Only (unframed)

  • Metallic Chromogenic Print Under Plexiglass

  • Metal Sublimation (available up to 60x40)

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SKU: KC041

Year: 2010

Medium: Photography

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About Kimerlee Curyl

Kimerlee Curyl lives in the valley of Santa Ynez, CA with two horses, a paint mare named Sequoia and a young, newly adopted wild mustang, el Regalo. She is represented by one of the country’s largest fine art publishers, many prestigious galleries, and her work is included in numerous installations as well as private and celebrity collections globally. Her work has also been used in advertising campaigns. Most importantly, it has become a small voice our remaining wild horses. For Kimerlee's complete bio, click here

To learn more about Kimerlee's artistic process working with wild horses read our interview

"Wild Mustangs. Without them, the great west was not possible. We traveled, explored, and built this land by holding onto their manes and riding the spirit of their hearts. We can honor that gift by being their voice. These beautiful legends, magnificent symbols of freedom and grace are being stripped from their homes, families torn apart and an icon will soon be lost forever. It is my hope to not only celebrate the beauty and magnificence of these creatures but to help them. They are a living, breathing history museum, a vital element in our heritage, to our ecosystem, and to our humanity. To lose them would be a tragically irresponsible disrespect to our past, present and future. Art...has a voice."