PORT CLYDE — Barbara Prey’s exhibition “Over the Horizon: What’s Next” closes for the season Sept. 5. Williams College student Molly Spencer gives a special gallery talk Sunday, Aug. 28, from 4 to 5 p.m., which allows attendees the opportunity to gain insight and learn more about the individual works on exhibit at Barbara Prey Projects.

Prey, one of America’s most renowned contemporary artists, recently completed a commission by contemporary art museum MASS MoCA to create the largest known watercolor painting (8 by 15 feet) for its new building. Prey’s work also resides in the National Gallery of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Farnsworth Museum, Kennedy Space Center and the permanent collection of the White House, where she is one of just two living female artists represented.

Also on exhibit is “Gender Bender” in the upstairs gallery showcasing the works of mother-daughter Peggy Joubert Ernst and Barbara Ernst Prey. Peggy Joubert Ernst was head of the design department at the prestigious Pratt Art Institute in New York City, and a celebrated artist who was well known for her textile designs.

Barbara Prey Projects is located at 855 Main St. and open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by appointment. For more information, visit barbarapreyprojects.com or call  207-372-8087.

“White Wash” by Barbara Prey.