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The draft prevented Len Jagoda from taking advantage of a scholarship to the Cleveland Institute of Art. This began an interruption which caused an almost completely abandonment of art for the next 30 years; however, he continued to be involved with horses. That involvement included riding hunter jumpers, breeding and racing. His equine familiarity comes from true “hands on” experience that also includes delivering foals and training and exercising horses. Len lives on a small farm in Georgia where he still keeps horses that are convenient live references for his art. His devotion to dogs is just as passionate. Over the years he and his wife have adopted over 30 homeless dogs most living into their teens. They currently have six rescued dogs and one rescued cat. Len accuses St. Francis of Assisi of having a duty station at the edge of their property, directing animals in need to them.
His works are in homes and private collections from as far west as the state of Washington to Georgia and the Carolinas, from Michigan to Texas and as far away as Saudi Arabia. His works hang in some of the most prestigious stud farms in Kentucky.
Len is a member of the Columbus Artists Guild, the Newnan-Coweta Art Association and the Montgomery Art Guild. He has had works admitted to several exhibitions including four international exhibitions. He has been honored by being selected to create the official artwork for the 2011 Aiken Steeplechase and recently admitted as an Associate Member to the American Academy of Equine Art.
More information about Len, his many awards and achievements and his artwork can be found at his website www.backstretchstudio.com