“Aiken Trails“
Lucy McTier Original Acrylic
Lucy Pittman McTier
A portraitist since 1979, one of the many
highlights of Lucy McTier's career in art
was her opportunity to paint President
Ronald Reagan and present him with his
portrait in the Oval Office of the White
House along with her then five-year-old
son, Jace, and her husband, David, in
1985.

Lucy has work hanging in over 350
public and private collections, and in
several gallery locations. Her work is
primarily in oil on linen, but she offers
prints of her work as well. Her wildlife
print series features baby loggerhead
turtles and other wildlife in limited edition
Cibachrome or digital reproductions.

Please click the images below to browse
Lucy McTier's feature collections.
A pastel commission of a local winner
in Aqueduct was the first painting by
Lucy that whet her appetite for painting
the power and speed of horses in
motion in the year 1979. Since then,
she has been asked to paint numerous
oil paintings of horses in the hunt as
well as leading the quarter horse
money winners at the Augusta Futurity
for many years. Now, her son, Jace
paints the leading money winner.

Lucy continued to paint the horse in
motion with her latest being Aiken's top
trained horse of the year (2013) and
the Belmont Stakes winner, Palace
Malice. Her love for the dynamic and
graceful horse will always remain a
part of her expression in art.
Lucy McTier
Equestrian Art
"Morning Breeze - Palace Malice"
Lucy McTier Original Oil