NANCY FAULDS- Featured Artist at the Putnam Arts Council

The Putnam Arts Council is pleased to present photographer Nancy Faulds of Putnam Valley as our next Featured Artist.

A former interior designer for several architectural firms, upon her retirement Nancy's primary interest has been photography. 
In her own words, "My imagination is inspired by the experience of seeing something that was formerly useful that has now been left to decompose and return to its own origins."

Among several other artist organizations Nancy is currently a member and on the Board of the Putnam Arts Council.  She is a member of the Beacon Photography Group, the Riverwinds Gallery, both located in Beacon, NY; as well as the Barrett Art Center and the Garrison Art Center.  Nancy was also a member and past president of The Photo Eye.  In addition to being in private collections her work has been shown extensively in galleries. Nancy's Featured Artist virtual exhibit will be featured on the Putnam Arts Council's April 20th thru May 17th and her work will be displayed in the Council’s vestibule later this year.

The Putnam Arts Council a non-profit, 501c3 organization chartered in 1963 by the NYS Department of Education.  The Council is located in Mahopac in the Belle Levine Art Center, a late 1800’s renovated barn, once the home of Chicago Tribune Cartoonist Bud Fisher (Mutt & Jeff fame).  The Council supports the work of the individual artist and encourages and promotes the arts in all forms throughout Putnam County and the region.  Programs of the Putnam Arts Council are supported, in part, with public funds from Putnam County and New York State. Programs include art classes, art exhibits, funding opportunities, artist forums and special events.  For additional information visit or contact the Council office at 845.803.8622.

Accompanying photos provided by Putnam Arts Council.