Pamela Wildermuth, a fourth-generation Californian, is the descendant of Spanish vaqueros who worked horses and cattle on the vast Tejon Ranch. She is also a member of the American Academy of Equine Art (AAEA) and the Horse Artists Association (HAA), a founding member of the Signature 16 Artists Society and past President of WAOW.
Her work has been included in the book "DRAWING AND PAINTING HORSES" by Barbara Oelke.
Wildermuth's painting , praised for its authenticity and attention to detail, has been selected for some of the world's most prestigious exhibits of equine art at the Kentucky Derby Museum and the International Museum of the Horse. Among Wildermuth's numerous awards is the American Academy of Equine Art Founders Award for Oil.
Pamela's works have been published in limited edition print; a series of fine china collector plates recommended by the Bradford Exchange; in magazines including The Equine Image , Spur, Western Horseman, Polo, and Equus ; and in the book Straight from the Heart—True Stories of Remarkable Encounters with Once-in-a-Lifetime Horses (Fleet Street Publishing). She also designed the sculpture The Stallion's Kingdom for the Danbury Mint, released in 1997.
Wildermuth specializes in commissioned portraiture.