Originally from the northeast, Nancy Pellatt has lived in the Carolinas for the past 30 years. She is known for her realistic renderings of horses, dogs, hounds and related subjects and is currently working out of her studio near Charleston, SC. Pellatt's work hangs in many private collections nationally and in Europe, as well as having appeared in numerous art exhibits throughout the country, including:
The National Arts Club in NYC
The Salmagundi Club in NYC
The International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.
National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC
The Museum of Hounds & Hunting, Leesburg, VA
Aiken Thoroughbred Hall of Fame and Museum in Aiken, SC
Wildlife Experience Museum in Denver, CO
The Schiele Museum in Charlotte, NC
The Lexington History Museum, Lexington, KY
Madison Morgan Cultural Center in Madison, GA
The Art Show at the Dog Show, Wichita, KA
National Traveling Exhibition to Benefit the MFHA 2007 Centennial
Dog & Horse Fine Art & Portraiture, Charleston, SC
Pellatt's work has also appeared on the cover of Trakehner Magazine and seven times as cover art for the Chronicle of the Horse. Her art is reproduced in several sporting books, including "American Foxhunting Stories", "Foxhunting in America" and "A Centennial View - Foxhunting in North America Today". Pellatt's painting of Champion Foxhound Bitch, Tryon Sassoon, is in the collection of the Museum of Hounds and Hunting at Morven Park in Leesburg, Virginia.
Nancy Pellatt is a Full Member of the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club; an Associate member of Oil Painters of America; Signature Member of the American Academy of Equine Art and is fortunate to have studied with Jean Bowman and Sam Savitt, both founding members of the American Academy of Equine Art.