Mildred Kaye

Visual artist


​Mildred Kaye 
is an internationally recognized 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.

Kaye is a visionary artist who portrays the material and spiritual worlds as contiguous and at times overlapping. Her work seems to reflect a spirit of classical paganism enlivened by a cosmic vision and sense of humor. She has been described as a Romantic Surrealist. Some of her prints draw on childhood memories. Mythology lends inspiration for other works which she fashions into dreamscapes of classical serenity.

Selected Venues

The Ben Shahn Gallery in William Paterson College; Morris Museum; The Audubon Annual; the Knickerbocker Annual; Lever House; Lincoln Center; Riverside Interfaith Center; Sotheby-Park-Benet; Art Institute of California, San Francisco; Williamsburg Art and Historic Center, and, internationally, Sao Paolo, Brazil, Kamakuro, Japan, England, Italy, Germany and Spain.


Kaye is listed in Who’s Who in American Art; Who’s Who in the East, The Printworld Directory of Contemporary Prints, and The National Museum of Women in the Arts and the British Based 2000 Designers and Illustrators.


Society for Art of Imagination, (London), National Association of Women Artists (Vice President); The Print Consortium; Studio Montclair. Hob’Art


PBS; The Williamsburg Art and Historic Association, The Leonard Bocour Company; Indiana University; Montclair State University; Nabisco Brands; The Bergen Museum; New Jersey State Board of Education