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Introducing the art of Maggie Pratt.

Featured Artist @ Western Carteret Public Library though the months of September and October





M.C. Pratt is a visual artist, writer and teacher whose imagery most frequently reflects closeness to the earth, conjuring Her transitory nature. Much of her work also reflects her Celtic heritage, with subject matter pertaining the Irish Diaspora and sacred sites throughout historically Celtic lands.  Salt marshes, wildlife, dunes, birds and sea turtles also occupy a place in both her paintings and writing.  Many of her visual pieces are accompanied by original writing. She is a participant locally in Healing Ceilings, and has shown at the Gallery at St. Francis By The Sea Episcopal Church, Sea Gypsy Gallery and Verde Bleu.

Her time is divided between Emerald Isle, NC and Frostburg, Maryland.  She is the Director for Environmental Arts Education for the Evergreen Heritage Center in Maryland, and teaches professional development workshops for teachers, as well as teaching public and private workshops in oils and alternative watercolor for all ages.

She may be reached through Triskele Studios, 301.801.1475 or email

Blog: Website pending.


Please join us and enjoy the view at the library.


As a public service to the citizens of Carteret County, the Western Carteret Public Library provides designated space for exhibits and/or displays of art works, crafts, special interest collections, etc. which reflect community interest and talent.  The Friends of the Western Carteret Library coordinate the monthly art exhibits for the Library.  For information regarding exhibits, please read the Policy for Exhibits and Displays at Western Carteret Public Library.  If you are interested in displaying your artwork, come by the Library to pick up an Exhibit Application.
































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