Major at Williams: Art History and Studio Art
Whether painting on a ridge overlooking a sheep farm, or by the rushing waters of a trout stream, or along the New England coast, Ned Reade captures to changing light and colors of the seasons in watercolors and oils. He likes nothing better than filling a thermos of coffee and bringing a chocolate chip cookie to a painting location. He only rewards himself once the sketch is done, and he’s ready to paint! He teaches a watercolor workshop on Martha’s Vineyard and one at the Southern Vermont Art Center each summer. His work can be seen in galleries around New England.
For over forty-five years he has been Chairman of the Art Department at the Trinity-Pawling School in Pawling, NY.