Art, Culture and PhilanthropyBecky Shipps
In order to fully embrace every facet of the World Equestrian Games, it was our wish here at Draper to give a well rounded sense of culture during our Educational Days. Included in our booth will be a number of artists and companies who not only will have their beautiful pieces on display, but many of which who will also be donating a portion of their sales to the Draper Philanthropy Project.
• Kristen Hrdlicka of Three Stride Studios will have her collection titled “Grass to Sky” which will feature some of her latest equine photography. All artwork in this collection will be for sale with 50% of the proceeds to be donated to the Draper Philanthropy Project.
• Artist Michele Hundt who specializes in Original Abstract Paintings, Figure Paintings, Equine Artwork and Impressions of the Moment of Now will have one of her gorgeous paintings on display in the Draper booth during the World Equestrian Games. This painting will be offered for sale.
• Photographer, Richard Malmgren of Hassler Dressage will have a few of his eloquent photos on display in the booth for the duration of WEG. Any photographs that are purchased during the event, will have all monies donated to the Draper Philanthropy Project on behalf of Hassler Dressage.
• The Equestrian Aid Foundation (EAF) will have a beautiful silk scarf whose artwork was designed by Linda Luster. This scarf specific to WEG will be sold at the Draper booth, will 10% of its proceeds going directly to the Draper Philanthropy Project.