From the 60's comes a set (2) of beautiful Hunt Scenes by an artist named Nancy Wilds who apparently worked in watercolor media. These prints are 13x10.5 and, considering the pines, have the appearance of the hunts in Southern Pines, N. C. Nancy Wilds now lives in Aiken, S.C. and is best known for her Christian liturgical art and illuminated manuscripts. I have had these prints of hers for nearly 40 years. The pair would make a beautiful grouping. Artist Nancy Wilds never seems to have enough time for all of her projects Shes lining the trunk she decorated in her spare time and also working on mold for church statuary Staff photo by Coplon Nancy Wilds An Artist In A Rare Field By CLAUDIA COPLON Staff Writer Nancy Wilds an Aiken resident has developed a style of art rare to the United States Orig from Little Rock Arkan moved to Aiken in 1955 dents Being singularly ied for priesthood there was nothing else to do but go Into religious art she continued After graduation Mrs Wilds attended the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota Fla From there she became an apprentice at and later the designer for the Binswanger Studio in Mem phis Tenn They are slightly rolled on the top and look a little old but would mat and frame beautifully. The colors are very limited and soft looking. Beautiful with any interior setting. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed.