Artist Denise Driscoll's work will be exhibited in the Tenacre Art Gallery until February 21. On January 11, she is hosting the morning assembly for the student body. Later that morning, she will work with second and third graders in their art classes.
Whether working alone or collaborating with others, I contemplate the invisible energies and patterns that shape our lives. Inspired by the similarities between photographs of neurons, cities seen from airplane windows, and maps of the Internet, my mixed media paintings and objects investigate the interconnectedness of all things, our capacity to perceive these connections, and the fleeting quality of this awareness.
(MFA in Visual Art 2007, The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University)
Driscoll’s collaborations have taken place at Dover-Sherborn Middle School, Dana Hall, Holliston High School, Babson College, and Lesley University. Work has also been exhibited at Fountain Street Fine Art, the Danforth Museum, and the Boston Center for Arts. She curated Material Meditation at the New Art Center in Newton through the competitive Curatorial Opportunity Program in 2009. Driscoll teaches at Lesley University for the Art Institute of Boston and the Creative Arts in Learning Division of the Graduate School of Education. She is a founding member of the artist collaborative, Swarm Intelligence and is a member of the cooperative gallery, Fountain Street Fine Art.