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Tracey Buyce Hosts Interactive Horse Art Show

On the Cover: Comrades Deputy & Lewie – Tracey Buyce Photography

BALLSTON SPA – Capital Region native and fine art equine photographer, Tracey Buyce, is hosting an interactive horse art show, allowing the public to meet the beautiful horses starring in her pieces.

The interactive evening features Thoroughbreds, Appaloosas, and American Quarter horses alongside the photographs they appear in. Tracey Buyce will be in attendance, discussing all the pieces that will be available for purchase.

Dante’s Herd – Tracey Buyce Photography

A portion of the proceeds will be gifted to the New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program. The nation’s largest horse adoption program, which was founded in 1992, offers horses a safe-haven through placement in experienced homes. More than 6,000 horses have been placed in qualified homes through the program.

Charleigh – Tracey Buyce Photography

“Photographing horses is a deeply emotional experience and gives me great joy! I’ve studied horses in their natural habitats across the country and feel a connection with these fascinating creatures,” said Buyce. “This exhibition allows guests to meet the subject matter in person and appreciate why I chose to capture them in photography.”

The show is scheduled for Thursday, October 10, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Trilogy Equestrian Center, located at 161 White Road, Ballston Spa, Space is limited.

Reserve your spot at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tracey-buyce-horse-photography-solo-exhibition-tickets-73153236299

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