LePrince's alla prima style, bold brush strokes, and limited but vibrant palette make his work recognizable to his many collectors. Today his equine works adorn the walls of the “Ocean Room” inside Kiawah's esteemed 5-Star Sanctuary Hotel and his dramatic landscapes hang in the grand entrance at Hilton Head's Wexford Plantation House. The Figure Eight Island Club and Bald Head Island Club own several stylized heron paintings. CEOs, Corporations, and private individuals have placed LePrince's works in collections all over the globe.
NECAT had the ribbon cutting formally opening NECAT’s Culinary Arts Education Center at 23 Bradston Street. The new building encompasses an 11,000 sq. ft. facility that combines a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen and a demonstration kitchen auditorium with gallery and restaurant spaces filled with sunlight, flowers and art.
Maarten Hemsley, Founder and Chairman of NECAT, paid tribute to LePrince, who attended the ribbon cutting, noted that the painting “Captures the excitement of the kitchen that I hope will inspire all of NECAT’s Culinary Art Students.”
NECAT is dedicated to Job Training Programs providing career-directed education, job skills training and placement assistance, targeted to the specific employment needs of partner employers. These programs are free of tuition cost to students, and assists local adults, 17 and older, who are unemployed, underemployed, or transitioning from public assistance programs.
NECAT also works alongside the Boston Public Schools system and its partners, to develop after-hours arts programs to motivate local urban teens to realize their full educational potential.
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