Prud’homme veteran exhibitor at annual Rose Algrant Show

Erica Prud’homme in her studio, her artwork serving as backdrop. Photo by Karen Bartomioli

CORNWALL – “A long time,” is Erica (Child) Prud’homme’s best offhand guess as to how many years she has exhibited in the Rose Algrant Show, Cornwall’s annual August art exhibition.

“I knew Rose, and loved her,” Prud’homme said of the woman who held regular gatherings at her Cornwall home that became a sort of enclave for local artists. The dogs sketched by Cornwall residents James Thurber and Marc Simont were often modeled on the Great Pyrenees that Algrant raised.

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