‘Horton Harvest Mural’ in Orange, Virginia

horton harvest mural       horton mural and surrounding wall area

During the month of April 2015, I painted a 9’x11′ wall mural at Horton Vineyards in Orange County Virginia. It is titled ‘The Horton Harvest Mural’ and features the family loved German Shepherd, Viognier, named after a variety of grape that the Hortons introduced to Virginia. It was such a pleasure to paint in the winery, the aroma of wine penetrated my clothes and my soul. It’s a beautiful winery. Be sure to visit it at www.hortonwine.com or in person at 6399 Spotswood Trail on the way to Gordonsville, Virginia, and stay for a wine tasting and a mural viewing!

Horton Mural with Susan painting dog       Caught in the act of painting!

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About kriegart

I am Susan Krieg, Mixed Media Artist, since 1989 when I first started working as a water colorist for Accent Graphics. I've lived on the West Coast, the East Coast, the Midwest and the Southwest, and currently in rural Virginia. I studied art at Cal College of the Arts in SF and The Art Students League in NYC. I am influenced by Modigiliani, Picasso, Lempicka, Dunand and a million other things.
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2 Responses to ‘Horton Harvest Mural’ in Orange, Virginia

  1. Great job Susan. I hope it brings you much more success.

  2. Shari Armbrust says:

    It is just beautiful!

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