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Pru See

Artist Statement:

I paint and draw places. Places with deep historic roots are my favorites, and the old buildings there. These not only offer wonderful bold blocks and lines for an artist, within the fluidity of landscape, but they also enshrine memory and suggest story. the garden structures and summerhouse within the grounds of Monhonk Mountain House, built of rough timbers form the woods around, seem to grow on their own form the rock ledges and walkways.

Artist Bio:

Prudence See was born in England and educated there at the Ruskin School in Oxford and Chelsea Art school in London. She has exhibited widely in the USA both in solo and roup shows and is the recipient of several Artist’s Residency Grants. Her illustrations have included Ballentine books, Prentice Hall, Double day and Harper Collins Children’s Books. Her recent solos show shave featured paintings and writing inspired by special places in her life both in Ulster County and in England.


Selected One Person Shows

Saugerties Artists Tour – 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016

Cuttingsville Library Gallery – Cuttingsville, VT -2010

Arts Society of Kingston – Kingston, NY – 2010

Ulster Savings Bank – Saugerties, NY – 2009

Half Moon Gallery – Saugerties, NY – 2002

Woodstock Artists Association and Museum – Woodstock, NY – 1999

Emily Hoysradt Gallery – Kingston, NY – 1995 & 1998

Omega Institute for Holistic Studies – Rhinebeck, NY – 1994

The Open Center – New York, NY – 1991

Selected Two Person Shows

Mohonk Mountain House – NY – several showings 2015-2016

Muroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery, Ulster community College – NY – 2012

Woodstock Artists Association and Museum – Woodstock, NY – 1994-2015

Shelley K Gallery – Saugerties, NY – 2008

The Living Room Gallery – Kingston, NY – 2006 & 2008

Fletcher Gallery – Woodstock, NY – 2000

Green County Council for the Arts – Catskill, NY – 1996

The Wainright House – Rye, NY – 1995

The Museum of the National Arts Foundation – Washington, DC – 1987

The Brooklyn Museum – Brooklyn, NY – 1986

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