Education within the Society

The Society of Equestrian Artists aims to encourage its members at all levels to continue to develop their talent, by providing the opportunities for mutual support and criticism and access to expert tuition.

Leading painters and sculptors from the Society, and invited professionals, provide tuition at workshops dealing with different aspects of painting, sketching or sculpting from the live horse. For those that cannot attend workshops the Society’s bi-annual newsletter provides informative articles on aspects of the practice and theory of art. Both general art topics and more specific matters such as equine anatomy are covered.

Workshops not only provide a great opportunity to learn but also offer a sociable way to meet other like-minded artists and experience a variety of interesting venues. Sometimes privileged access to otherwise difficult to visit locations can be obtained.

Workshops 2019
We’re making the 40th anniversary of our society a year to remember with some fantastic workshops in the planning pipeline.
2019 includes a new residential workshop in beautiful North Yorkshire, so keep an eye on the website and your SEA emails. Details for the two residential and the drawing course are available on the website. All enquiries to Debbie Dunbar the Administrator, 

SEA workshops

SEA workshops provide valuable instruction and social benefits.


Porlock Residential Week Arriving from 4pm Friday, May 29th – Friday, June 5th
Details on the website. Book soon as places are limited.

**POSTPONED UNTIL 2020 **Surrey Two Day Workshop at Hatchgate Farm 22nd – 23rd June 2019 **POSTPONED**

Workshop by kind permission of Hatchgate Farm, Chobam, Surrey CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS