About Emily Barnett
Emily Barnett is a painter, printmaker, collage and installation artist whose work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in New York and throughout the U.S. She lives in Carle Place, Long Island, NY. Her recent work integrates figuration, nature and scientific concepts and diagrams. She has received numerous honors including First Prize in National Print Exhibit at the Salmagundi Club, the Thomas B. Clarke Award from the National Academy of Design, the City of Seattle Print Purchase Award, a New York Foundation for the Arts Special Opportunity Stipend, the Millay Colony Artist Residence Grant, the Medal of Honor from the National Association of Women Artists and a First Prize in Contemporary Portraiture from Philip Pearlstein. Her work is in public and private collections, including the City of Seattle, Zimmerli Art Museum, Adelphi University, the Fine Arts Museum of Long Island Collection at Siena College, West Publishing Company and Nassau Community College. She is listed in Who’s Who in American Art and currently teaches at Parsons School of Design The New School.