"The Wild Horse Artist"
The beauty of Colorado is my spirit! For someone to enjoy my artwork, is like looking into my heart and sharing something that is so personal, I keep it guarded at times. I use my photography as a record of the history, as well as the awesome beauty of the area. I remember all of the family stories about moving cattle around the area, the wildlife seen and the accidental rodeos along the way. I love the way that you can stand in the high alpine and see the desert adobes in the distance. The more art I create, the more amazing detail I see. I have also become fascinated with the mustangs in Sand Wash Basin in Northwestern Colorado. I especially like to capture the landscapes and ranch life. I hope that you enjoy visiting Colorado through my eyes and art!
Susan Humphrey Bio
I am Susan Humphrey, native of Montrose. I was fortunate to be raised on a Hereford ranch near the Black Canyon National Park on a generational family ranch. The experiences and exposure to that life style has played a significant part through out my life. My husband, Dan and I have lived our entire lives in the area. We have many interests and are agriculturists. We have a daughter, son-in-law and two amazing grandchildren.
My photography interests are wild horses, native wildlife and landscapes. I also enjoy photographing ranch life! Brandings, cattle drives, and rodeos are also of great interest to me. I have began to oil paint over the last several years and enjoy that very much as well.
I am excited to present my work in 610 Arts Collective. I hope that it is enjoyed with the same emotion as it was created.