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political activist , sculptor

Antoinette Prien Schultze, American sculptor, political activist. Recipient Certified of Excellence in Sculpture, Art Horizons International Art Competition, 1988, Judge's Choice Best in Show, Kennebunk River Club Show, Kennebunkport, 1989, Juror's Choice award Copley Society Boston, 1991.


Schultze, Antoinette Prien was born on June 1, 1944 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of Alfred Gustave and Mary Ann (Marconi) Prien.


Student, Columbia University. Studies with Felix Wolfes, Boston. Studies with Roy King, Maine.


Sculptor, exhibitor, Maine Coast Artists, Rockport, 1983;sculptor, exhibitor, York Institute Museum, Saco, Maine., 1984;sculptor, exhibitor, Fitchburg (Massachusetts) Museum, 1985;sculptor, exhibitor, Concord (Massachusetts) Art Association, 1986;sculptor, exhibitor, Barn Gallery Sculpture Court, Ogunquit, Maine., 1986;sculptor, exhibitor, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine., 1986;sculptor, exhibitor, Killian Gallery, Sharon, N.H., 1987;sculptor, exhibitor, Ariel Gallery, New York City, 1985-1990;sculptor, exhibitor, Mast Cove Galleries/Cry of the Loon, Casco Bay, Maine., 1980-1992;sculptor, exhibitor, City of Stamford (Connecticut)-Latham Park, 1990-1992. Artist in residence Berwick (Maine), 1990-1991, Marshwood High School, Eliot, Maine, 1987, U. N.H., Durham, 1981, Stonecarving Symposium, Kilkenny, Ireland, 1994. Art teacher Arts Institute Manchester, N.H., 1989.


  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Black Panther, Poland Springs, Maine, 1984, The Mill Girl, Manchester, 1988, Evergreen, Skowhegan, Maine, 1990, Instrument of Knowledge, Framingham. Massachusetts, 1990, Life Entwined, Ogunquit, 1990, one-woman shows include Blumsburg University of Pennsylvania, 1994, Berkshire Artisans Gallery, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1994, Ogunquit Museum American Art, 1994-1998, Weston Public Library., Massachusetts, 2000, Trudy LaBell Fine Art, Naples, Florida, 2003, exhibitions include Mast Cove Galleries/Cry of the Loon, Casco Bay, Maine, 1980-1992, Maine Coast Artists, Rockport, 1983, York Institute Museum, Saco, Maine, 1984, Fitchburg (Massachusetts) Museum, 1985, Ariel Gallery, New York City, 1985-1990, Concord (Massachusetts) Art Association, 1986, Barn Gallery Sculpture Court, Ogunquit, Maine, 1986, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, 1986, Killian Gallery, Sharon, New Hampshire, 1987, City of Stamford (Connecticut)-Latham Park, 1990-1992, White Pines College, Chester, New Hampshire, 2001, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, Florida, 2001-2002, 2002-2003, Derryfield School, Manchester, New Hampshire, 2002, Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, 2002, Chesterwood Museum, 2002, Mill Brook Sculpture Garden, Concord, New Hampshire, 2002, Moses-Kent Museum, Exeter, New Hampshire, 2002, Hatfield Gallery, Manchester, New Hampshire, 2002, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, 2002, Berkshire Botanical Gardens, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, 2003, Gallery 37, Chicago, 2003, Navy Pier Walk, 2003.


Spokesperson Maine Conservation Rights Institute, Lubec, 1991-1992. Video recorder Constitutional Advancement & Literacy League of Maine, Limerick, 1991-1992. Chairman land use committee Comprehensive Planning Committee, Eliot, 1988-1992.

Member Eliot Planning Board, 1991-1994. Member New England Sculpture Society, New Hampshire Art Association, Maine Women in Arts (board directors 1981-1983), Ogunquit Art Association (board directors 1990-1991), Copley Society Boston.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, reading philosophy books.


Married Frederick Ralph Schultze, November 24, 1961. Children: Carla Schultze Spencer, Pamela Schultze Goldblatt, Sarah, Abel.

Alfred Gustave Prien

Mary Ann (Marconi) Prien

Frederick Ralph Schultze

Carla Schultze Spencer Schultze

Pamela Schultze Goldblatt Schultze

Sarah Schultze

Abel Schultze