Harper Henry

Mesa, Arizona

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Doc's Journey by Harper Henry

Doc’s Journey

30 x 24 – oil – sold
White Sands Rider by Harper Henry

White Sands Rider

24 x 20 – oil – sold
Chief Joseph by Harper Henry

Chief Joseph

20″ x 16″ – oil – sold
Leather and Grace by Harper Henry

Leather and Grace

20 x 16 – oil – sold
True Colors by Harper Henry

True Colors

24 x 24 – oil – sold
Moonlight Blessing by Harper Henry

Moonlight Blessing

20″ x 16″ – oil – sold
Preacher Man by Harper Henry

Preacher Man

11 x 14 – oil – sold
War Pony 1 by Harper Henry

War Pony 1

12 x 12 – oil – sold
War Pony 2 by Harper Henry

War Pony 2

12 x 12 – oil – sold
Harper Henry

Harper Henry

Harper Henry is a contemporary western artist creating vibrant, abstract-realistic paintings focused mainly on horses, Native Americans, and cowboys. Born in Idaho in 1966, Harper has always had an undying love for the American West.

After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Illustration, she began a successful career in the world of commercial advertising. 30 years later, she resigned and moved to Arizona to pursue painting full-time. Her work now resides in galleries and private collections throughout the country, Canada, and Australia.

Harper’s work is a unique fusion of two contradictory art styles; abstract and realism. Inspired by the great works of John Singer Sargent, Nicolai Fechin and Oleg Stavrowsky. With each new piece she tries to push artistic boundaries by finding new ways to look at classic subject matter and playing with styles that seemingly cause past and present to collide. She employs bold brushwork to evoke a sense of movement or reemergence.

Harper currently lives in Arizona and works out of her studio in the heart of the Sonoran Desert.