The SEA created in 1979 and run by artists.

Today the SEA has a membership of well over 300 diverse and talented artists. Our painters, sculptors and printers represent the best of equestrian art across the UK and beyond.

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Dedham Hall Residential Workshop May 2024

We are very excited to be hosted by a new venue for 2024.

Booking Open Now! To view all the details and to book your place (you must be a member of the Society to attend this residential:

please follow the link below to the event page:

Booking Form and Information

Northumberland Workshop 2024

Details: Saturday 20th/Sunday 21st April 2024 Organiser: Anthea Wood  Tutor: Malcolm Coward HSEA Cost: £65 per day or £120 both days Location: Day 1 – Hay Heavy Horse Farm: TD12 4TR
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Dedham Hall Residential Workshop May 2024

We are very pleased to announce the SEA Residential Equestrian and Landscape Workshop 2024 at by kind permission of Wendy and Jim at Dedham Hall. (Members only). From Saturday 18th
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Workshops 2024

Workshops for 2024 More details and information are to be added shortly! In the meantime please go to  DEDHAM HALL RESIDENTIAL MAY 2024 To read more details about our fast
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Are you a professional or amateur equestrian artist, creating works of a high standard or wishing to learn from others? Would you like to display your work in the SEA exhibitions? Could you participate in and contribute to the Society’s activities and events?

If the answer is ‘Yes’ why not become an SEA member?

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Neptunes Horses

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How it all started.

In the late 70s L. John Morris had the brainwave to start a society to project and promote equestrian art. With the help of founder members, including such notable artists as Terence Cuneo, Tom Coates, Neil Cawthorne and Norman Hoad, the SEA was born.

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