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Mr. Ned Reade

Art Teacher

Trinity-Pawling School

HQ Phone: (845) 855-3100

Email: n***@***.org

Trinity-Pawling School

700 Route 22

Pawling, New York 12564

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Board Member
Martha's Vineyard Art Association

Independent Schools Art Instructors Association


Faculty Advisors
McKinney and Doyle

Board Member
Vineyard.NET Incorporated

Board Member
Old Sculpin Gallery


Art History major
Williams College

art history

New York Studio School of Drawing and Painting

Masters Degree

Wesleyan University

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Ned Reade

Ned Reade Ned Reade paints in oils and watercolors and is the Chairman of the Arts Department at the Trinity-Pawling School, a private secondary school, where he has taught for over thirty years. Mr. Reade enjoys painting on location on the East Coast and in Europe. His subjects can be the farmyards and fields of rural New England, the fishing boats and fisherman shacks along the seacoast, or the small towns, homes, and roads of America today. He has painted the waterfronts in Switzerland and the Lakes Region in Italy, the hill towns of Tuscany and the cathedrals and landscapes of the Loire Valley and Provence in France. He has even braved the city streets of Paris, Florence, and New York to paint "en plein air" and capture the vitality of those urban environments. Mr. Reade has studied at the La Romita School of Art in Terni, ITALY, the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT., the New York School of Drawing and Painting, the Art Students League, and graduated with a Masters Degree from Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT., and was an Art History major at Williams College, Williamstown, MA.. He has studied with American Watercolor Society artists, Mel Stabin, Betty Lou Schlemm, and the late Claude Croney. Alfred "Chip" Chadbourn, Charles Movalli, and T. M. Nicholas have been among Mr. Reade's instructors in oil painting.
Mr. Reade shows his work at the McKinney and Doyle in Pawling, NY, at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester, VT, the Kent Art Association in Kent, CT., and at the Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown, MA (see www.oldsculpingallery.org.) He is a board member of the Martha's Vineyard Art Association and past President of the Independent Schools Art Instructors Association. Learn more at www.nedreade.com.

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Ned Reade has lived and worked in Pawling for over twenty years, and is known under several guises: at Trinity-Pawling he teaches studio art, art history, and has coached a number of sports, his passion being squash.
But off-campus Mr. Reade is probably best known for his landscape paintings that are sometimes on display at McKinney & Doyle. Mr. Reade had not always been a painter. He graduated from Wesleyan with a major in art history, and then continued his education while teaching at Trinity-Pawling, learning various disciplines and eventually achieving a master's degree in pottery.
Giving back to the community is important to Mr. Reade. It's why he puts so much effort into the Pawling Concert Series, which was originally started as a way to bring much-needed culture to the T-P curriculum. When he stepped in as president of the board, Mr. Reade would "strong arm" his students into attending, but the series' audience has since turned farther away from the student body and closer to the greater Pawling and Hudson Valley communities.
The concert series remains a non-profit organization that is funded completely separate from Trinity-Pawling. The school lets Mr. Reade use its auditorium for free, but the series only remains financially secure thanks to the generous sponsorship of a few Pawling businesses. Mr. Reade was thankful for the patronage, but cited financial stability as one of the two great challenges in organizing the series. The other, he said, is finding interesting acts.
You can see Mr. Reade's beautiful watercolor landscapes of Pawling in his portfolio at nedreade.com, and you can check out Sybarite 5 and the new season's musical line-up at pawlingconcertseries.org.

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