Sheila Blunt

   

  Sheila Blunt is a painter and potter from Queens, New York whose ceramic work is characterized by sculpture, carving and other surface decoration. Originally from Pennsylvania, Ms. Blunt received her Bachelors Degree in Art Education from Penn State University, and her Masters Degree in Art Education from Pratt Institute.

 

A secondary school art teacher for more than 38 years, she has taught and worked in multiple media, predominately acrylic painting and watercolors.  Her painting is done at her home studio in Queens, New York and her pottery is created at the Potters Wheel in Kew Gardens.    

 

Ms. Blunt has had work shown in the Cork Gallery, Lever House and the Federal Hall Museum in Manhattan, the Great Neck Library, the Syosset Library, and galleries in Port Washington and b.j. Spoke in Huntington. She is an award winning participant in many outdoor and indoor fine arts and crafts shows, including the Long Beach, Columbus Ave. and Westhampton shows.   Having been president of Alliance of Queens Artists for four years, she is currently on the board at the National Art League in Douglaston, NY as Education Coordinator. 

   For more information about her work, she can be contacted at 718-776-8278 or visit her website: 

http://www.sheilabluntpottery.com

or email her at:

rockypots@nyc.rr.com