Andrea Harman Steiner draws on her experience as a former horse owner to represent the equine from in art. Working in oils, her traditional style primarily focuses on subjects depicting the sports of racing, foxhunting, polo, steeplechasing, and equitation. A Full Member of the American Academy of Equine Art, she is also a member of the Society of Animal Artists, and Oil Painters of America. Her work has been featured on the cover and in editorials of numerous magazines, including The Chronicle of the Horse, Polo Players' Edition, Equine Images, Wildlife Art News, and Art Horse Magazine, among others. Collectors throughout the United States, Canada, and Italy include numerous racing stables and polo players, as well as pieces commissioned by the Ontario Jockey Club of Canada, and Menlo Polo Club. Her work has been exhibited at the Wildlife Experience Museum in Colorado; the Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum; the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library; Churchill Downs Museum, the International Museum of the Horse in Kentucky, and the Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame in Florida; as well as in many juried and gallery shows throughout the country. While her first love is the horse, she also enjoys depicting cats, dogs, and wildlife art.