Tuesday, May. 28, 2024

Cover Art – 11/21/08

The Feed Room By Nancy Pellatt

Originally from the northeast, Nancy Pellatt has lived in the Carolinas for the past 28 years. Currently working out of her studio near Charleston, S.C., she has her long-retired foxhunter for inspiration.

Pellatt is known for her realistic renderings of horses, dogs and related subjects. She is a member of the American Academy of Equine Art and is fortunate to have studied with two of its founders.

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The Feed Room By Nancy Pellatt

Originally from the northeast, Nancy Pellatt has lived in the Carolinas for the past 28 years. Currently working out of her studio near Charleston, S.C., she has her long-retired foxhunter for inspiration.

Pellatt is known for her realistic renderings of horses, dogs and related subjects. She is a member of the American Academy of Equine Art and is fortunate to have studied with two of its founders.

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This week’s cover, The Feed Room, is a watercolor, courtesy of the Beresford Gallery (Pa.). It was inspired by a visit to the kennels of Mr. Stewart’s Chesire Foxhounds in Pennsylvania. Pellatt loved how the light shone into the room through the high windows.

Pellatt is represented by the Beresford Gallery of Unionville, Pa. and Saratoga Springs, N.Y., as well as the Dog and Horse Portrait Gallery of Charleston, S.C.

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