Isabelle Truchon Art will present paintings from her Collection , Roam, at Historic Long Branch House & Farm from May 3rd-June 30, 2019. This exhibit will feature new work by the artist, inspired by the wild mustangs of the Steens Mountain Wilderness region of Oregon. Roam will explore the history of the horse through time, with a focus on the modern wild herds that still roam in America today.
The opening of Roam will take place on Friday, May 3rd from 6pm-8pm and include a light reception and a talk by the artist. Long Branch will also host a celebration of the horse, with an exhibit by the National Sporting Library and Museum of Middleburg, and the Clarke County Historical Association, on May 11th. This will be an all-day celebration of the horse with an equine expo and a curated museum exhibit. Isabelle’s paintings will be up through the month of June.