Always More to the Story....

BIG Announcement! HUGE!

There’s always more to a story.... like how American Equus started designing hi-tech hi-performance stirrups ... because his daughter needed them! And I started designing fashion scarves and jewelry... because I love fashion and art and could see the possibilities!
Now our first collaborative Collection ~ Hoofbeats ~ is in the books and I could not be happier, working with this amazing innovative AZ company.
~ Follow along as I post more about our journey together and you get to see the fashionable yet performative equestrian wear results - for training and show you will love these looks!!! Shop the initial collection at the link in this story! 💛🐎🐎

Women Supporting Women!

Short Feature in The luxe new Marin Living Magazine - Groundbreaking Women - and I was honored to be a part and talk about being a woman in business today!

 


Donna B - Artist, Designer, Stylist

Professional artist, Donna B, grew up without horses―a rarity in the equine art community. Instead, she created horses so she could experience them. Her work is full of her dreams and imaginings of the horses she never had. Through her art, she rides with them on an artistic journey.

Spring Summer Equestrian Style - 5 Ways to Wear a Donna B

Accessorizing with a summer accessory like a lightweight silk scarf is a great way to add some color and style to your outfit. We recently checked out Donna Bernstein‘s new collection of equestrian style printed silk scarves in a variety of prints and colors. WOW they are amazing pieces of ‘wearable art’, and can be worn with literally anything! Here are some of our favorite ways to wear the ‘Checkmate Blue and Gold scarf’. 

Oneline exhibit #DBartist #InfiniteDreams #FeelFree

The form of the horse is an unlikely blend of pure sensuality in a profoundly architectural anatomy. My works celebrate this kinetic marvel, evoking the horse’s universal qualities of power and vulnerability, compassion, natural elegance and forward movement. I strive to imbue my works with a sense of motion palpable to the viewer. As in ancient cave paintings my works are minimalist, primal, simple, expressed as an energetic imprint, a moment in time. Horses are for me a source of healing, energy and life-affirming joy, and their movements provide emotional connections I share in my work.

#PaintsWithAHorse !!

Painting a horse... with a horse... painting a horse... painting..!!!! One of my best career moves ever!!!! 🐎🐎🐎 !• Is my new name “PaintsWithAHorse”? Thanks Fashion Magazine 24 “Let’s take a break and “inhale” art! 🎨•🐎•🖼

Take an Artistic Ride......

What is specific and captivating about Donna’s works is that the central ellement of her works is the representation of horses. The nobility and class of these animals has inspired Donna to dedicate her talent to immortalising their beauty in drawings and paintings.

Donna’s works are simple, fluid, dynamic and with a touch of modernism.Her goal is to connect the eye of the watcher to the symbol of the horse rather than to the anatomic details of the animal itself or as she states: “It is not horses that I paint, I paint the way they make me feel.

Thank You to My Happy Clients

Thank you to so many wonderful Collectors, and to the fabulous photos they send me of my works on their walls. Always appreciative and most grateful.

My Client Appreciation Post. 


West Elm & Donna B

Equestrian fine art, prints and equine style and equine chic interiors, interior designer art, by Donna B, available on West Elm.

Contemporary Artist Donna B to Donate Modern Equine Art Experience at Celebrity Fight Night in Phoenix

The silent auction is part of Celebrity Fight Night, an annual black tie event that attracts celebrities and sports stars to help raise money for the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center at the Barrow Neurological Institute, along with other prominent charities.

Donna B Featured on WonderWall Studios

Donna Bernstein is a self-taught artist, painter and sculpture. Donna drew and painted horses since she was a child. What differentiates her work is that, unlike most “equestrian” Artists, she did not grow up around horses. She did not live on a ranch.

But instead, was spiritually connected to horses with an intuitive sense of them. Donna studied them voraciously; their anatomy, form and attitudes. She had to create her horses in order to have them, her imagination played a great role, and so her stylized abstractive works reflect a non-realistic perspective, but with accurate anatomy.



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