Elizabeth Shatner is proud to be unveiling her new Unbridled Collection at Spindletop Hall during WEG
The lovely Spindletop Hall is the site of the first showing of Elizabeth Shatner’s “Unbridled Collection,” during the World Equestrian Games. A new collection inher acclaimed Art By Nature digital artworks, the “Unbridled Collection” is a natural evolution of her symbolic macro work with flowers. The collection depicts glimpses into the equine way of life, encompassing a diverse range of breeds and disciplines, through the eye of a dedicated horsewoman and judge, who holds 7 USEF Judges Cards. As member of Spindletop, Elizabeth is delighted to have her new collection premiering at her club. We hope you will make sure to stop by and enjoy.
Elizabeth Shatner’s “The Pass” from the new Unbridled Collection to add flair to a new Elk Creek Wine
Elizabeth Shatner’s “The Pass” graces the label of a new refreshing white wine from Elk Creek Vineyards in Kentucky, entitled “Faire Game White”. As a part of their Artist’s Series, Elizabeth visited the winery to mix a white and two reds to her taste. The “Faire Game White” is 80% Pinot Gris and 20% Chardonnay, giving it a light, crisp taste of citrus and apple, sure to become a favorite. “Faire Game White” will be making its debut at WEG.
Elizabeth and William Shatner Appointed to Governor’s Advisory Board for WEG
Elizabeth has been working as an advocate for the upcoming World Equestrian Games as a part of the Governor’s Advisory Board for WEG. She and her husband have been instrumental in promoting the important upcoming event and have lent their support to the horse industry of the US welcoming the world to Kentucky. Look for her tweets to see what exciting things are happening from her perspective.
The Peter Stone Company and Elizabeth Shatner Unveil CH Call Me Ringo Model at WEG
Shatner’s Bell Reve’s world champion and champion Saddlebred sire, Call Me Ringo has been immortalized as a sculpture by the Peter Stone Company of Shipshewana, IN. The resin was sculpted by artist Katherine Bogucki, daughter of well known sculptor Edwin Bogucki, whose sculptures of Bask and Secretariat can be seen at the Kentucky Horse Park.Katherine is continuing in the family tradition with her new sculpture of Call Me Ringo. Stone models are carefully crafted and hand painted, with amazing attention to detail. Any horse lover would be proud to add a Call Me Ringo model to their home. See it at WEG!
Elizabeth is also very excited to announce that the Ringo model is made and modeled right here in the USA!
News on Elizabeth
Elizabeth and her husband William Shatner will appear in the opening ceremonies of the World Equestrian Games.
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