Nadine Seymour-Munroe (born 1975, Nassau, Bahamas) received her Associate in Arts from The College of The Bahamas and Bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting / Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1997.
At RISD she was awarded the Florence Leif Award for most outstanding graduate in painting. She further achieved her Masters degree in Education and conferred with honors.
She is a recipient of awards from the Lyford Cay Scholars Association, Chris Blackwell, RISD Scholarship Award and the Central Bank of The Bahamas Grand Prize in 1994 and Scholarship. She was also selected to represent The Bahamas in Paris for Latin American and Caribbean Artist International Exhibition 1999.
She was also chosen to represent the Bahamas group show 2000 Washington DC. She has worked as a teacher (government public schools in United States and Bahamas, director and teacher for the first IDB summer art program and teacher for Finco Summer Art Program) art professor (College of The Bahamas), and gallery director Rhode Island USA. Seymour-Munroe has exhibited in The Bahamas, Europe, and the United States for many years.
She has her work on exhibit daily at 3 P studios (PROLIFIC PAINTS AND PRINTS). Nadine’s work can be found in private and corporate collections throughout the Bahamas Including DiAguilar Foundation, NAGB and Dawn Davies. Her most recent exhibits were “Single Sex” NAGB and “40 Years of Bahamian Art” NAGB 2013.
Seymour –Munroe is owner and founder of 3P Studios and Gallery located Sandy Port New Providence Bahamas.