Prescott Galleries

Visit the studio and Gallery for the artwork of

Reed A Prescott III.Verde Mountain Located at 19 Main Street Bristol, Vermont.

Walk the traditional Vermont Downtown and see,

Prescott working in his Main Street window,

where he can watch the world go by as he paints bathed in perfect north light. Enter to see his many inspired gifts in his studio gallery. In the Gallery you will see his finished

oil paintings, prints, notecards,

and fine crafts he makes from local material.

Wood earrings, light switch covers and reprurposed frames

 you can see projects and paintings in progress.

open 6 days a week or by appointment by calling 

802-453-4776 studio or 802-349-3164 cell phone.

email verde@gmavt.net ro fine us on Facebook at Prescott Galleries or Verde Mountain

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        Among the maple trees and rolling hills

      of Vermont you may on occasion see

           painter Reed A. Prescott III. One of New

      England’s premier artists, Prescott is

           often found studying his native Vermont

        before he gives the images life on the

            canvas. As a painter, Prescott’s work has

              received much acclaim and can be found in

private collections world wide.


            The first Vermont Artist to win the

             Vermont Duck StampCompetition, Prescott

            has often been called "an artist’s artist," 

          because of the unique vibrancy created

           in his work. Recently his oil paintings are

              receiving acclaim throughout the country.

   Prescott's painting "Colors of Lake

              Champlain at Basin Harbor" appears on the

         2007 calendar produced by CFM Inter-

            national a 50/50 joint company between

            Snecma of France and General Electric’s

         Jet Airplane Division. CFM, the world's

               largest jet engine manufacturer produces

           a calendar each year with artwork from

   countries it has representation at.

       The calendar is distributed worldwide.

   Prescott's painting will represent

 the United States of America

                                      August of 2007.


           His work has been used commercially

     for numerous projects. Prescott's

           painting "Waiting for Winter" currently

              is the background image for a debit card

            created by a regiona bank. His pen and

             ink illustrations appear on Birding Trail signs

          in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana.

           Work has turned up in national magazines,

     posters for regional flower shows

 and concerts, and calendars.



             Prescott wrote a section in the North

               Lights Book "How to Paint With Water-

                 soluble Oil Paints", and his painting "Twin

               Maple Farms" was selected the Vermont

              Department of Agriculture as the "Image of

          Vermont Agriculture" He's the 2006 recipient

          of the Friends of the Middlebury College

            Museum of Fine Art “Professional Artist of

            Distinction” award for his work in the arts

       within his community. An Inspirational

            Speaker for numerous art events he gives

           workshops on the business side of art to

          help other creative people learn how to

    make a living doing what they love.

        He has illustrated ten books, including

          "Owls by Floyd Scholz and “Floyd Scholz

      Birds of Prey”, perhaps the definitive

study of raptors Prescott also

 illustrated books for naturalist

 writer Ron Rood whose capstone

            examination of the Vermont wilderness

        and the New England coast (Ron Rood’s

        Vermont and Beachcomber All) each have

        over 100 of his pen and ink illustrations.



              A graduate of the School of the Worcester

            Art Museum, Prescott family has lived in

               Vermont since the 1750's having fought in

      both the French and Indian and the

             Revolutionary Wars. He lives in the foothills

               of the Green Mountains in Lincoln,Vermont

         with his wife Lisa and two sons Isaac

and Spencer.

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