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A Walk and Conversation video
Courtney Puckett (b. 1979, Winter Park, FL) is a Hudson Valley visual artist and educator whose work integrates both theories and methodologies of fine art and craft. She earned a BFA from MICA, MFA from Hunter College, and studied in Aix-en-Provence, France, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, and University of New Mexico. Solo exhibitions include Furnace- Art on Paper Archive (CT), Hesse Flatow (NY), and Flecker Gallery at Suffolk County Community College (NY). Group exhibitions include Museum of Contemporary Art, Arlington (VA), Dorsky Gallery at SUNY New Paltz (NY), NADA x Foreland (NY), Geary Contemporary (NY), White Columns (online), and BRICArts (NY). Artist Residencies include Yaddo (NY), Constance Saltonstall Foundation (NY), Haystack Mountain School of Crafts (ME), LMCC’s Workspace Program (NY), a Full Fellowship recipient at the Vermont Studio Center (VT), and received a community research grant from River Valley Arts Collective. Puckett is an Instructor of Art at Northwestern Connecticut Community College and has taught at Pratt, Parsons School of Design, and FIT. She runs the backyard art space White Rock Center for Sculptural Arts with her artist-musician husband Colin O’Con and their rescue dog Penelope.