Courtney Puckett, born Winter Park, FL, lived and worked in Brooklyn 15 years, currently lives and works in Hudson Valley, NY. Her human-scale, found object and repurpose textile assemblages integrate sculpture and craft practices. She earned a BFA from MICA, MFA from Hunter College, and studied at the CAC in Aix-en-Provence, France, Glasgow School of Art, and University of New Mexico. Puckett was an Artist-in-Residence with Underwater NY/Works on Water on Governor’s Island, LMCC’s Workspace Program, and a Full Fellowship recipient at the Vermont Studio Center. Solo and two-person exhibitions include Flecker Gallery at Suffolk County Community College, Field Projects, CUAC Utah, and Coop Nashville. Group exhibitions include Hesse Flatow (online), Marquee Projects, Underdonk, White Columns (online), TSA NY, Fiterman Art Center, BRICArts, Wallspace, Long Island University, Noyes Museum of Art, and Seton Hall University. She collaborated with Neville Dance Studio for Norte Maar’s “Counterpointe” series at Brooklyn Ballet and curated “Drawing for Sculpture” a 40-person exhibition at TSA NY. Puckett is a recipient of an NEA grant and was featured in ArtFCity, Hyperallergic, Painting is Dead, Tribeca Tribune, and NYTimes art blog. She is a Part-time Instructor at Parsons School of Design and FIT. In 2019, she was a Faculty Artist at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. She runs the backyard art space White Rock Center for the Arts and is building an an artist registry of the Hudson Valley.