Prindaville’s artwork has been exhibited in various venues internationally and throughout the U.S., including Philadelphia, New York City, Washington D.C., Minneapolis, Kansas City, Baton Rouge, Fort Worth, and Los Angeles, as well as online. Her work is included in a number of public and private collections, and she has been awarded a variety of grants, prizes, and international and domestic residencies.
Of her work, Prindaville says: “I am interested in the human role in shaping an ecological balance and create images centered on the beautiful fragility and resilience of the natural world. I want viewers to interact and emotionally connect with my work and for that experience to demonstrate the joy of contemplative engagement with nature as well as provide a taste of the sorrow a disconnect with nature can bring. The passion that I have in preserving our biosphere and its flora and fauna has motivated me to try to use a variety of mediums and approaches in connecting with the public. My subjects in both two- and three-dimensional media are typically removed from strictly representational habitats and isolated in a space that allows room for viewer narratives while referencing the discovery and artifactual documentation of taxonomic illustrations and specimens.