In collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, the Museum at Prairiefire has opened The Horse, on display October 10, 2015 – January 24, 2016 in Overland Park, Kansas.

Corbin Bronze has loaned two original paintings and two bronze sculptures for The Horse exhibition. Visit the Museum at Prairiefire website to learn more and plan a visit

As the only building in the United States to feature Dichroic Glass developed by NASA, the Museum at Prairiefire’s exterior is as unique as what it holds inside. Architect: Jonathan Kharfen | Verner Johnson
Rotating semiannually, American Museum of Natural History traveling exhibitions will be featured in the Exhibition Gallery at the Museum at Prairiefire. The Horse is open now through January 24, 2016
Organized by the American Museum of Natural History, The Horse reveals the fascinating story of the enduring bond between horses and humans and explores the origins of the horse family, which extends back more than 50 million years
Tom Corbin’s bronzes: Horse and Rider II and Horse Study #3. Oil on canvas, Pinto at Sunrise
Corbin’s Horse and Rider (acrylic on canvas). Deborah Butterfield’s sculpture in foreground

Links to pieces:
Horse and Rider II sculpture
Horse Study #3 sculpture
Pinto at Sunrise painting
Horse and Rider painting
Read about Tom Corbin’s Horse and Rider II sculpture