Emily Puthoff
Emily Puthoff’s artwork is comprised of sculpture, installation, digital media, prints/drawings, performance/interventions, and artist books. Her work has been recognized by numerous grants, artist residencies and awards including: a 2011 NYFA Artist's Fellowship in Digital and Electronic Media and Artist in the Marketplace Fellowship at the Bronx Museum for the Arts, as well as artist residencies at the European Ceramic Work Centre (s'Hertogenbosch, Netherlands), Women’s Studio Workshop (Rosendale, NY), and Sculpture Space (Utica, NY). Her artwork has been exhibited widely including at: The Neues Kunstforum (Cologne, Germany) | The Bronx Museum of the Arts (Bronx, NY) | The Art House at the Jones Center (Austin, TX) | and The Samuel Dorsky Museum (New Paltz, NY). She is an Associate Professor of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz, where she co-heads the Sculpture Program and collaborates to develop interdisciplinary and digital curriculum. Emily Puthoff earned a Master of Fine Arts from Arizona State University in 2002 and Bachelor of Fine Arts from Ohio University in 1996. She lives and works in Kingston, NY.