The day before Easter I returned to an arts space I had visited last fall – the Gallery at Manor Mill in the small historic settlement in Monkton, Maryland. I’d gone especially to see the new equine collection of oils by Pamela Wilde. The equine paintings show horses and their riders engaged in various competitions and performances. It is a very appropriate grouping of paintings to hang in a barn that has been a historical restoration project in northern Baltimore County. Monkton is located in the heart of Maryland’s horse and hound countryside where there are many collectors of equine art.
Pamela Lofgren Wilde‘s exhibit is a total of forty-eight oil paintings also including streetscapes, portraiture and a delectable mix of other subjects. Here is a photo of artist Pam Wilde with her Easter “fascinator hat” styled to go along with the era of her vintage dress.
Here are just a few more images of her oils, which will hang until May 30th.
For more information on the current exhibit visit the Gallery at Manor Mill. A trip to see the pre-Revolutionary grist mill which has been turned into a fabulous art space is worth the drive, in and of itself!
It was a fulfilling Saturday before Easter on the Art Scene in the Hunt Country of Maryland.