DEE ADAMS PRATER

DEE ADAMS PRATER
EQUINE SCULPTURE IN LAMINATE AND BRONZE

Dee Adams Prater, born and raised in San Bernardino, CA, now lives on California’s central coast. As a youth, her art was influenced by Will James and Paul Brown; later on by Malvina Hoffman. Dee began her career as an oil painter, but early on changed to sculpture and developed a medium she calls Lamina Process; with this she learned her craft. Dee specializes in equine sculpture using her Lamina Process and bronze; through the years, the passion and challenge to create in three-dimension has forged her progress. Dee is a signature member of the Women Artists of the West and has exhibited with the American Academy of Equine Art as an invited artist. She has participated in exhibits at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, The International Museum of the Horse, the Kentucky Derby Museum, The Wildlife Experience Museum, and in other national exhibitions.
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