“The Value and Importance of the Arts and the Humanities in Education and Life” by Barbara Prey on The Huffington Post
A number of my summer conversations have centered around the importance of the arts and the humanities. I spoke with my friend Dr. Mitchell B. Reiss, the President of … Continue reading
The WSJ’s Art Gift Guide Tired of giving plaid scarves and gift cards for the holidays? Here are ideas for how to give art as a gift … Continue reading
Read the full article about Prey’s paintings commissioned by NASA Art Program here.
Barbara Prey:The Print Show July 3-20.“American Contemporary” July 19-Aug 31 at Blue Water Fine Arts Gallery Port Clyde, Maine.
Barbara Ernst Prey: The Print Show July 3-20 Blue Water Fine Arts Gallery Port Clyde, Maine Email: email@example.com
Barbara is invited to lecture about her creative process and new paintings at The Williams Club/Princeton Club in NYC Thursday, April 15 6:00pm Wine reception, 6:30 lecture. $10 for non-members
Barbara Ernst Prey ’79 is one of our country’s most acclaimed contemporary artists. She was appointed by the President of the United States to serve on the National Council on the Arts, the 14 member advisory board of the National Endowment for the Arts. Continue reading
PORT CLYDE – Watercolor painter Barbara Ernst Prey has made a career painting Maine. She depicts the coast of Maine, and specifically the tiny communities along St. George peninsula where she lives and operates her summer gallery, in sweeping paintings that are full of color and light.
“New Works: Meditations on the Environment,” Prey’s exhibit of 40 watercolors, dry-brush, and oil paintings of the Berkshires and more. Daily 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. through Sept. 1. Free. Barbara Prey Gallery, 71 Spring St., Williamstown. 413-884-6184. Continue reading
Barbara Ernst Prey: The Print Show July 3-18 Blue Water Fine Arts Gallery Port Clyde, Maine Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Week Barbara Ernst Prey: East Meets West July 20-August 31 at Blue Water Fine Arts Gallery Port Clyde, Maine. (207) 372-8087
Barbara Ernst Prey: East Meets West July 20 – August 31 Blue Water Fine Arts Gallery Port Clyde, Maine Email: email@example.com
The Art of the Month Club is a regular feature on the Williams College Museum of Art blog. Each month we invite someone special to write about a work from our collection. This month we have selected artist Barbara Ernst Prey to reveal and discuss her favorite work. Continue reading
One of Barbara’s most noted paintings, Hydrangeas, will soon be exhibited at the newly designed George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas, Texas. The Museum is set to open … Continue reading
“This year’s artistic honoree is Barbara Ernst Prey, one of America’s most gifted watercolorists whose works are rooted in the grand traditions of American landscape painting. Barbara’s exquisite paintings are … Continue reading
As a member of the National Council on the Arts, Barbara shares her picks for an art filled summer. Continue reading
Barbara advocates for the arts working with the Brayton Elementary School’s 5th graders in North Adams, MA.
Barbara emphasizes exposure to art at an early age by teaching the fundamentals of art to the Brayton Elementary School 5th graders. Continue reading
The Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College has added Barbara’s painting “Nocturne VI” to their collection. Continue reading
At the New York City premier of the film “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close” Tom Hanks and Stephen Daldry were presented with prints of Barbara’s “Patriot”
Tuesday’s Children presented Tom Hanks and Stephen Daldry with prints of her painting, “Patriot” for the New York City premier of their new movie “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close”. Continue reading
The 10th Annual Art Basel on Miami Beach has kicked off. Art galleries from all over the world have put their best pieces on display at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Continue reading
The Williams Club of NYC presents “A Response Revisited: Remembering 9/11 Through Art,” an interview with Barbara Prey
Join us as we remember September 11th through the unique lens of one of America’s most accomplished artists. Renowned painter Barbara Ernst Prey ‘79 and Charles A. Riley II, arts journalist, curator, and professor originally collaborated for the 2002 exhibition “A Trace in the Mind: An Artist’s Respose to 9/11” Continue reading
Barbaras painting of the x-43, the fastest aircraft in the world is featured on the National Endowment for the Arts website. Continue reading