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Prey painting enters national gallery collection, sales benefit Thai girls

Jul 12, 2019
“Fibonacci’s Workshop” by Barbara Prey.

PORT CLYDE — Barbara Prey’s painting, “Fibonacci’s Workshop,” just entered the collection of The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. She will sign a new print release of “Fibonacci’s Workshop” on Wednesday, July 24, from 4 to 5 p.m. at Barbara Prey Projects, 855 Port Clyde Rd. (Route 131).

Sales of the “Fibonacci’s Workshop” print will benefit the Center for Girls in Northern Thailand. Center for Girls is a small nonprofit that works to prevent human trafficking and gender-based violence against children and envisions a world where women and children are safe to live their lives in equality, with dignity and humanity.

“I am honored to have my painting “Fibonacci’s Workshop” enter the collection of The National Gallery of Art. My daughter has worked with Center for Girls for two years and I am pleased my work can support this good cause,” said Prey.

Prey’s annual exhibit, “Light and Space,” runs from July 15 through Labor Day at Barbara Prey Projects. For more information, visit

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