Kenna Al-Sayed is the multi award winning equine artist behind Sorrel Studios. The name of her studios reflects her love of horses, as she is the proud owner of a solid sorrel paint horse named Jambalaya. Kenna works primarily in Graphite, Color Pencil, Watercolor, Scratchboard, and has been known to dabble in Acrylic and sculpture. She strives to accurately portray horses in her artwork, be it capturing a horse dozing off during the summer or drawing all the technical details of a show horse
I strive to capture details and realism in my artwork. For as long as I can remember I’ve been depicting horses and am fascinated with the adornments various horse based cultures embellish them with.
Commissions in several mediums available, pricing begins at $150.00 Other works generally range from $300-$2,000.
Aside from high school art courses, mainly self taught.
Institute of Equine Artists, Signature Status
Editor’s Award Runner Up for Art Horse Magazine’s International Art Competition: Ex Arte Equinus 6, Juried Work for inclusion of Art Horse Magazine’s International Art Competition: Ex Arte Equinus 6, First Place American Saddlebred Museum’s Young Adult Art Competition 2013
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