Dustan Knight is an accomplished professional artist, educator, and art writer. She received her Masters in Fine Art from Pratt Institute in New York City and her MA in Art History from Boston University. Dustan is a highly regarded artist, having received an NH State Fellowship for the Arts and having completed residencies at the MacDowell Colony and the Cummington Artist Colony. Her work is represented by galleries throughout the United States, including Art Three in Manchester and the Ogunquit Art Association in Maine.
In addition to her art career, Dustan is a contributing writer for Art New England, a highly respected publication in the art world. She is also a frequent juror for art competitions and exhibitions, demonstrating her deep understanding of art and the art world. Dustan shares her knowledge and skills through workshops and demonstrations in watercolor, art business, and art history.
Dustan’s work has been featured in Watercolor Magazine, Daniel Smith, Cheap Joe’s, and Ampersand Insider Newsletters. Her work is highly sought after and can be found in many private and public collections, including Macy’s, Acme, and Oracles, as well as numerous hospitals and public buildings throughout New Hampshire. With a deep passion for art and education, Dustan Knight has become a respected figure in the art world and continues to inspire others through her work and teachings.