Brennan Artography

Don’t forget to consider Brennan Artography for your holiday gift giving needs.

An Equine Christmas Equine Christmas series by Brennan Artography

It’s no secret to those who know me that I Have an affection for horses. Horses represent determination, endurance, valor, freedom, travel, beauty, majesty, and spirit. In John’s revelation, the first horseman is on a white horse, carrying a bow, and given a crown, riding forward as a figure of Conquest. Although the horse was present in many different cultures, they represent the same concepts of freedom and power in all. In some cultures, white horses stand for the balance of wisdom and power. The horse is a universal symbol of freedom without restraint, because riding a horse made people feel they could free themselves from their own binding. In Torah, the horse often symbolizes great strength and courage, as well as spectacular beauty. Pay attention to movies and TV. In almost every movie you will see a horse as decor. Look in TV series and generally speaking, you will find a horse somewhere.Brennan Artography is your seasonal wall art wardrobe. Walk into our scenic travels and become one with them. It will lower your blood pressure, reduce stress, improve mental health, enhance creative abilities and generate a sense of peace. Brennan Artography will help you take a little country with you. It will make your heart feel good.Americana, Rustic, Ranch, Equine ( horse) and Wanderlust art: Art should always make your heart feel good. . We offer a variety of décor options to help you make your space an inviting, energetic and comforting place to be . Combining your spirit with your reality opens the door to creativity, enriches your life, all of those surrounding. and this makes it responsible to you. Available in a variety of options: Giclée canvas/paper, metal, metal pallet.Ask about multiples and discounts.

May be an image of horse

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