About Audrey Schulz

Originally from Michigan, Audrey Schulz moved with her husband and three children to Louisville, Kentucky, in 1968. She always demonstrated artistic ability, but turned to work exclusively in fabric sculpting while a preschool teacher in Louisville. Her first attempt at a horse won a blue ribbon at the State Fair and Audrey was on her way! During the past twenty-plus years, Audrey has focused upon producing thousands of often whimsical yet very realistic racehorses, jumpers, and others. For diversity, she has also produced domestic and zoo animals of every description, as well.

Audrey Schulz

Recognition

Over her many years of artistry, Audrey has received considerable recognition. The Commonwealth of Kentucky has been very supportive, honoring her with personal awards and purchasing work for displays throughout the state and national shows. Her horses have become an intrinsic part of Derby celebration in both public and private settings. Television has shown Audrey's work in and beyond Kentucky, including a segment on the Home and Garden Network. Participation in several American Craft Council shows proved successful as her work became displayed in fine shops around the nation. She wants people to know that her favorite work is making portraits of living horses with their riders.

UofL Show 2014