Wild horses conjure up an image of an earlier time. They
are a reminder of our countryís mythical and untamed past. In
cooperation with the Montana Art Gallery's Directors Association (MAGDA),
the Hockaday will be showing an exhibition of photographs of Mustangs in
Nevada's Great Basin by Montana artist and wild horse researcher Paula
Morinís images of wild horses use a 19th century technique of
hand-painted, black-and-white photography.
Each print is meticulously crafted to meet museum standards for archival
quality, and then painted in the studio with oils.
Sponsored by MAGDA
Tale of the
Commons, Owlhee HMA