Seneca Falls, N.Y. - Women's Rights National Historical Park Presents: "A Life Filled with Horses and Travels" Paintings by Bernadette Bos February 1st through February 26th 2017.

Bernadette Bos has expressed herself through her art in a number of media and drawn from a wide range of subject matter. A native of The Netherlands, Bernadette spent over two decades training competition horses in Belgium, England, Australia, New Zealand, California, Japan and New York, respectively.

While living and traveling there she has gained a tremendous amount of inspiration, and a strong appreciation for distinctive cultural imagery and memorable landscapes which she now uses in her art. Bernadette has worked in oils, acrylic, pastels, pencil, and encaustics.


In addition to her paintings, Bernadette has worked as a decorative painter and muralist, having executed interiors of numerous residences and restaurants in Long Island and New York, including a mural for "The Bar Below", a restaurant located in The New Yorker Hotel, a famous Art Deco landmark in Manhattan. After having lived on Long Island for 15 years, she has lived in Geneva since 2012.

Her work will be on view in the Visitor Center's second floor Exhibit Room during visiting hours.

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