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Janet Bailey Burch

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Background Information

Employment History

The Market


Owner

Myra's Gallery & Custom Framimg


Affiliations

Kentucky Craft Marketing Program

Juried Member


Education

Pratt Institute


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The Courier-Journal » Drawing Board Farm - Equine Sculpture by Janet Bailey Burch

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Equine Sculpture by Janet Bailey Burch
Janet Bailey Burch JANET BURCH, dressage judge, coach and trainer, divides barn and arena time with studio time at her Drawing Board Farm in Brownsboro, producing a line of stylized, geometrically patterned horse silhouettes in furniture and jewelry. "I was a typical horse-crazy child and liked to draw right from the start," she said. Her first drawing at age 2 was of a horse, but, raised in River Edge, N.J., Burch knew early on that horses were a dream. "When you live in that area and are from a not-so-wealthy family, you don't get to have horses," she said. "I used to ride whenever I could get enough money up." She longed to own horses and have a farm. "I named it before I ever owned it. I even had a little book with ideas I was going to do when I had a farm." Her interest in horses may have come from her grandmother, who told stories of her father, a noted horse whisperer in upstate New York, and from an aunt married to a flamboyant farrier who specialized in shoeing pacers and trotters. Attending Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, Burch had to put horse art on the back burner. "Professors at a college like that really squash you if do something like horses," Burch said. She kept her horse connection by teaching riding at summer camps. She designed craft kits for a toy manufacturer and married a fellow student, Joe Burch of Louisville. Eventually, they moved to Kentucky so he could take over his father's graphic design business, Dan Burch Associates. Five months later Janet Burch had a horse. And over the next 25 years, she owned thoroughbreds, competing in show hunters, then moved to eventing, where the hot-blooded thoroughbreds excelled. "There are conflicts most of the time," Burch said.


Kentucky Artisan Center » Drawing Board Farm - Equine Sculpture by Janet Bailey Burch

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Equine Sculpture by Janet Bailey Burch
One such Kentucky artisan with new designs is Janet Bailey Burch of Crestwood, Ky. Burch has created small, framed, low-relief wood sculptures of horses running and jumping as well as wooden painted horse ornaments depicting dressage movements. Artistic familiarity comes naturally for Burch who has been teaching, showing, training and judging horses for most of her adult life giving her a thorough knowledge of the structure of the horse to create her scroll sawn and carved wood sculptures. Burch states, "This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to create new work for an audience that is totally focused on the horse." Burch's works will be available at the Kentucky Artisan Center's Satellite Store in the Kentucky Proud Product Pavilion throughout the games. Burch will be on site demonstrating her unique sculpting techniques on Tuesday, Oct. 5 from 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center's Satellite Store, talking with visitors and showing them the creative process she uses.


Louisville Artisans Guild

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Janet Bailey Burch
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Meet the Janjobe's » Gallery Janjobe - Offering art with attitude.

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Janet Bailey Burch
Originally from New Jersey (where the state animal is the horse) and educated at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, Janet Bailey Burch has adopted Kentucky as her home state. For close to 30 years, she has worked in the horse industry as a trainer, coach, and judge. Art was a valued release from the busy and hardworking equestrian life. In 2000, after being excepted as a juried participant of The Kentucky Crafted Marketing Program, she began selling her "Punk Ponies" at art fairs and trade shows. Now using a balancing act between the horse world and the art world, she has developed a following of collectors from all walks of life who love horses and her unique use of color and pattern.


Fall 2011 » Gallery Janjobe - Offering art with attitude.

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Janet Bailey Burch


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