Evocative Realism: Prey’s Art Plumbs the Depths of her World

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It’s easy to understand why Barbara Ernst Prey has been recognized as one of the most significant American artists of this century. Her work is at once realistic and evocative of her surroundings and, with studios in New York, Williamstown, and Clyde, Maine, she is constantly inspired by what she sees.

“Each studio’s location affects my work in a different way,” Ms. Prey said. “I’ve been painting in Maine

Article source: http://www.countytimes.com/articles/2013/11/29/passport/doc529839bb1d678246811976.txt

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