Nassau County Museum of Art Benefit Auction
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MASS MoCA, North Adams, MASS.
MASS MoCA’s commission of Barbara Prey’s painting, the world’s largest watercolor, currently on long term exhibition at MASS MoCA.
I’m honored to be featured in the HAMPTONS FINE ART FAIR with the Quogue Gallery.
Labor Day Weekend, September 2-5, 2021 at the Southampton Arts Center.
Quogue Gallery, Quogue, NY
We are pleased to announce Barbara Prey’s solo exhibition Vanishing Point at the Quogue Gallery in The Hamptons, July 10 – August 4, 2021. Quogue Gallery.com
Prey Projects, Port Clyde, MAINE
Barbara Prey Projects is pleased to present three upcoming summer exhibitions of recent work by internationally acclaimed artist Barbara Prey. Click here for more information.
Paintings From Quarantine July 1 – July 14
What a Long Strange Road It’s Been July 15 – Sept 6
9/11: 20 Years Aug 13 – Sept 6
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART, ROSLYN, NY
Barbara Prey is included in the exhibition BLUE at the Nassau Museum of Art. The exhibition will be extended through November.NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART, ROSLYN, NY
Watch Barbara talk about the Time Travelers in front of the work at the Nassau County Museum of Art
Energy: The Power of Art, July 20 – November 3
A special series of never before exhibited paintings and drawings from Barbara Prey’s four NASA commissions were featured
“After the debut of her stunning MassMOCA site-specific masterpiece, the world’s largest watercolor, Barbara Prey’s international fame only soared higher. The first woman commissioned more than once by NASA to be an artist in residence, she created the official commemorative print for the space shuttle Columbia. Her first-hand stories of working with NASA are glimpses into the excitement of art’s highest-level interaction with science.” -Museum Director Charles Riley
HANCOCK SHAKER MUSEUM, PITTSFIELD, MASS.
SPACE CENTER HOUSTON, TEXAS
NASA 60th Anniversary Art Exhibition
“Space Center Houston showcases the artistic side of space exploration, displaying some of the most famous artists of the 20th century in a new exhibit open now through Jan. 6. To help celebrate NASA’s 60th anniversary on Oct. 1, we are preparing a display of more than 25 works of art, including paintings, photography, poetry and musical compositions.
BARBARA ERNST PREY | The International Space Station, 2002, Watercolor. Prey chose watercolor for this rendering of the International Space Station before its construction was completed. Watercolor lends itself to fragility, freshness, drenched colors and speed. This work was the first of four NASA commissions for Prey. For this and her other paintings Prey visited NASA centers and did extensive research”. -Space Center Houston Catalogue Esssay