Monday, March 24, 2014

Private Reception to Celebrate the Work of Fine Artist Louise Mellon Held in Wellington



Louise Mellon 
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Private Reception to Celebrate the Work of Fine Artist Louise Mellon Held in Wellington

Wellington, FL - March 24, 2014- Wellington's who's who attended a private, invitation only reception hosted by friend and collector Bruce Duchossois to celebrate a five-day showing of Louise Mellon's paintings at International Polo Club Palm Beach in Wellington, FL on Wednesday, March 19. Based in Aiken, SC Mellon traveled to Wellington with a collection of over 50 paintings from her incredible body of work, including a recently finished spectacular, three by seven foot painting, featuring women's polo.
Louise Mellon and her daughter Jennifer Lee
 Louise Mellon's work is immediately recognizable and primarily features horses, dogs and the equestrian lifestyle. Often, her brightly colored, vibrant pieces have a witty or unexpected approach, and are created with the intent to amuse.
Michael Taylor, Bruce Duchossois and Mason Phelps
Louise Mellon's work can be seen on the pages and covers of equestrian and art publications. Her work has been presented at numerous solo and juried shows on the east coast.  
Brownlee and Agneta Currey with their granddaughter
Margaret Duprey and Chip McKenney

Louise Mellon in her studio with Ruffles and Cricket. Photo by Booth Malone
About Louise Mellon Mellon was born to a family
of artists who encouraged her creativity. She was raised in Middleburg, VA, where she rode and drove horses. Mellon's keen visual sense led her to a career as a commercial photographer and artist. Her work has been seen branding numerous products and covers of prize lists, racing programs and publications. She flew airplanes, helicopters and aerobatics, has resided in several parts of the country, and has traveled the world studying fine art. She has served on several boards, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and the Collector's Committee of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, VA. She moved to Aiken, SC, and custom-built a very special studio, where she works, welcomes visiting artists and hosts local events. Mellon's unique view of the world is demonstrated through all her work. Her style is instantly recognizable and certain to bring enjoyment, laughter and wonder.

For more information visit Louise Mellon's website at: http://louisemellon.com/

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