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About HorseSpirit Arts Gallery

HorseSpirit Arts Gallery represents over 45 local Artists and features many art forms, including paintings, sculptures, photography, glass, mosaics, jewelry, ceramics, woodworking, fiber, and wearable art.

Our Story & Resilience

HorseSpirit Arts Gallery opened as a small, one-room Gallery where Robin Holliday, owner and curator, exhibited her artwork and that of a few other local Artists. In 2015, the Gallery moved to Main Street in Old Ellicott City, MD. On Main Street, the Gallery grew to represent over 40 local Artists. After suffering significant losses in two devastating flash floods in 2016 and 2018, Robin decided to leave Old Ellicott City. In November 2018, Robin reopened the Gallery at Historic Savage Mill in Savage, MD.

Our Values

  • We at HorseSpirit Arts Gallery honor every soul’s humanity and dignity. We promote diversity, equality, and inclusion for all guests, Artists, and employees. We have a special place in our hearts for embracing and promoting the LGBTQ+ community.
  • We believe art reminds us of the goodness of life; inspires us to achieve new and amazing things; is experienced, not just viewed; and can help heal a broken spirit.
  • We value our Gallery Artists’ exceptional talent and kind, generous hearts.

Our Team

Our dedicated team warmly welcomes everyone and creates an environment for them to explore the Gallery’s wide variety of art (mediums, styles, perspectives, price ranges, etc.). Our Team includes:

 

Robin Holliday
Owner and Curator
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Max Crownover
CIO and CFO
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Dona Grant
Manager & Social Media Coordinator
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Mary-Anne Mulcahy
Website/Social Media Assistant​
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Karen J. Brand
Website Manager
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Laura Violand
Sales Associate
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Linda Schisler
Graphic Designer
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Our Awards and Recognition

  • 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2016 – Baltimore Sun’s “Best of Howard County” for Best Art Gallery
  • 2018 – Howard County Arts Council “HOWIE” Award for “Outstanding Business Supporter of the Arts.”