Mildred Kaye

"Mildred Kaye - an adventuresome artist who creates in new media - Hurrah!" ... Flora Whitney Miller Biddle, Former President of the Whitney Museum of American Art.


MILDRED KAYE is an award-winning artist noted for arresting works that dramatize and enrich both everyday subjects and classical themes. They are designed to be mood pieces, invoking a wide range from the romantic to fantasy to whimsical humor.  Some of the works evoke nostalgia, drawing on childhood memories.  Others draw on mythological themes for works, which are fashioned into dreamscapes of classical serenity.

“She is an internationally known artist whose pictures have won her recognition for their originality and mythic character. Her images have graced the walls of academic and corporate settings as well as commercial galleries.

She is currently represented by the Ward-Nasse Gallery, in Sussex, NJ.

Kaye is a visionary artist who portrays the material and spiritual worlds as contiguous and overlapping. Her work reflects a spirit of classical paganism enlivened by a cosmic vision and sense of humor. Mythology lends inspiration for many of other works which she fashions into dreamscapes of classical serenity

Mildred Kaye was Vice President of the National Association of Women Artists. She has had numerous one-person shows, including a one-person show in Talli's Gallery, a commercial New York Gallery next to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Kaye exhibits primarily in the New York Metropolitan Area, but has visited other states in the Union. Abroad, the work has been represented in Taiwan, India and Sao Paolo Brazil, and in Helsinki, Finland.

She is listed in Who's Who in American Art, Art News Annual, Printworld, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She has exhibited in such prestigious venues as Sotheby-Park-Benet, The Jacob Javitz Center, the Library of Congress and is included in private and public collections, including PBS, Leonard Bocour, Nabisco Brands World Headquarters, the Print Consortium, and the Williamsburg Art and Historic Ctr, NYC.