Kaye Burian

Kaye Burian finds her Western way of life easy to portray as she draws from her rodeo, showing and ranching background to give her paintings an authentic and realistic look.  Kaye and her husband currently own and operate Lazy 77 Ranch, where they raise red and black Angus cattle, using American Quarter Horses. The horses not only serve as models for some of her paintings but are also used to study anatomy of the horse.

Kaye shows her art at Cheyenne Frontier Days Western Art Show and Sale at Cheyenne, Wyoming; Windows to the West Art Show and Sale, Estes Park, Colorado and American Quarter Horse Association's "America's Horse in Art" at Amarillo, Texas, where she won the Steel Dust Award in 2013.

Her art is represented by The Plainsmen Gallery, Dunedin, Florida, and Montana Furniture and Mercantile, Bismarck, North Dakota.

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