Juried / Curated Exhibitions
"Worry Dolls" Galatea Fine Art, Boston Massachusetts | April 2018, Curated by Hilary Tait Norod
Delicacy - Delicacy is a multidisciplinary exhibition, showcasing the work of five New England mixed media artists. A common thread among the artist’s can be found in their studio practices through the works execution and subject matter. Explored ideas of intimacy and delicately applied techniques resonate in the work. The five artists are Jenny Brown of Providence, Rhode Island, Daniel Zeese of Somerville, Massachusetts, Stephanie Todhunter of Medford, Massachusetts, Cory Munro Shea of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Susan Emmerson of Dorchester, Massachusetts. In addition to woven expressions of elegance the work simultaneously expresses an undeniable vigor.
Juried / Curated Exhibitions
'Worry Doll, I", Winter Works - Bromfield Gallery, Boston MA, Nov 29 - Dec 17, 2017, "Annual Juried Exhibition of New England Artists. Bromfield Gallery presents dozens of New England artists with a wide array of media, priced from $100 up. All sales are cash or credit and carry - perfect for holiday gift-giving." Exbhibited "Stay Golden" a new piece from the series Worry Dolls
'Worry Dolls,' She X 4 | Mia Cross, Noelle Fiori, Lena McCarthy, & Cory Shea at Amazing Things Arts Center, Framingham, MA. November 4th – December 30th 2017 -- Presented new series, 'Worry Dolls" & "Loss of Security" pieces.
"Loss of Security" at 13 Forest Gallery, for curated exhibition, "State of the Union" 13 Forest Gallery, Arlington, MA. September 23 - November 11, 2017 "Our exhibition Transition of Power: 2017 responded directly to the surprising events of the 2016 presidential election and the uncertainty many people felt in the wake of its unforeseen results. The work in Transition of Power: 2017highlighted the issues most urgent in the minds of the American public, from immigration and health care to the Electoral College, raising many questions that would hopefully be answered after the inauguration...." More details available here.
"3am of the Soul" Featured in Nasty Women at Laconia Art Gallery, South Boston, MA. Nasty Women Boston Art Show is a group art exhibition to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being Nasty Women in the face of threats to roll back women's rights, civil rights, and reproductive rights. The Art Sale is also a fundraiser to support Color of Change and Planned Parenthood. The first-ever Nasty Women Boston Art Show and Sale will be held at Laconia Gallery in Boston's South End SoWA arts district September 1-10, 2017.
"Cuban Bombshell I & II" Featured in Yellow Too - Core Member Show, Curated by Sorin Bica, at Fountain Street Gallery, 460C Harrison Ave, Suite 2 SOWA, Boston. First Friday Reception: Friday, August 4, 5-8 pm
"Loss of Security" The entire wall installation, featured in upcoming exhibition, #RESIST is an exhibition of art that speaks to the current political climate in the United States and elsewhere. Themes explored range from alt facts to coal mining to sanctuary cities and more. Curated by Susan Brestler and Greg Cook. Presented at the Nave Gallery Annex, Somerville, MA. April 27 - May 27, 2017
"Loss of Security" 2- 6 + "Grace" "Salvation Mountain" & "Nasty Woman", Featured at West Medford Open Studios, 128 Jerome Street, Medford MA April 28 - 30, 2017
"Loss of Security" One small home featured in Nave Gallery's 155 Exhibition. Sunday April 23, 2017, Nave Gallery. Organized by Rosa Blatman
Solo Exhibition Featuring "Nasty Women" "Step to This" "What You See" "Hallucinating Bombshell" "Suburban Camouflage" "Grace" "Explosion I & Explostion II" & "Loss of Security" Installation, Presented at Christopher's Cambridge, Cambridge, Massachusetts through April 26th. Opening reception, March 23rd, 6-8pm.
"Nasty Women | Battle of Selves" The Feminist Opposition, Juried by Jessica Hong Curatorial Assistant, Institute for Contemporary Art Boston, MA. Hera Gallery sought artwork to be part of an intersectional exploration of contemporary feminism’s role in opposition to the current cultural and political climate. We are interested exhibiting all manifestations of feminist art from makers of all races, genders, and sexual orientations. Hera Gallery, Rhode Island. Saturday, March 4th – Saturday April 1st, 2017
"She Burns" Yellow, 6th Annual Members Show. Curated by FSFA Member Sorin Bica. Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery, Framingham MA. February 2 - March 5, 2017
"Nasty Women" Nasty Women, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY. "Knockdown Center is pleased to announce NASTY WOMEN, a group exhibition that serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of recent and ongoing threats to women’s rights. NASTY WOMEN aims to act as a catalyst for conversation, organization, and action preceding the Presidential Inauguration on January 20, 2016. Opening on Thursday, January 12 from 7:00-10:00pm and on view through January 15, 2017, the exhibition invites self-identifying Nasty Women to contribute artwork to be sold for $100 or less, with all proceeds given to Planned Parenthood."
Juried / Curated Exhibitions
"IN PLACE" | A two person exhibition featuring Cory Shea and Mia Cross, presented at Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery, Framingham Massachusetts. November - December 2016.
"Graduation," Fay Chandler Emerging Art Exhibition , Scollay Square Gallery, 3rd Floor, September 28 - October 28, 2016 | The 2nd annual Fay Chandler EMERGING Art Exhibition, a celebration of the Boston visual arts community. Hosted by the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture, the Fay Chandler EMERGING Art Exhibition will feature fresh, original and contemporary works of art created by Boston artists. The art will be displayed at Boston City Hall in the Scollay Square Gallery during the month of September 28 - October 28, 2016.
"Explosion I & Explosion II," HEAT, Bromfield Gallery, Boston Massachusetts | Juried competition for New England Artists, August 3 -21, 2016
"Graduation" Danforth Art Annual Juried Exhibition, Framingham Massachusetts, June 19 - August 21, 2016 "One hundred forty three works (143) by one hundred thirty five artists (135) at all stages of their careers were selected for the exhibition by Danforth Art Curator and 2016 Juror Jessica Roscio. The exhibition includes some of the best work produced in the region, from both artists who may be familiar to our audiences and those who are new to Danforth Art."
"The Names They'll Call Her," Gallery 263 Members Exhibition, Cambridge Massachusetts, April 22 - May 21, 2016
"Explosion I," 27th Mass Art Auction, Bakalar & Paine Galleries, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, March 30 - April 9, 2016
"PYT Woman Americana Zion & Concord." People's Choice, Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery, Framingham Massachusetts, January 21 - February 2016
"PYT Woman AmericanaDeath Valley." Flash Art 2016, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown Massachusetts, January 7 – February 26, 2016
"Explosion I" Catamount Arts, St. Johnsbury, Vermont Arts Connect at Catamount Arts Juried Show, juried by Catamount Arts Gallery Director Katherine French. French has been recognized by the New England Chapter of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) for curatorial excellence and named Best Curator of Locally Made Art at the New England Art Awards. November 21, 2015-January 17, 2016
Juried / Curated Exhibitions
"Make them Good Girls and Nice Girls" | Who Might I Be? Nave Annex Exhibition Space in Somerville, Massachusetts, August 7 - 31, 2015
"PYT Woman Americana: Concord" | Community of Artists, Danforth Art, Framingham, Massachusetts, June 7 - August 2, 2015
"PYT Woman Americana: North East Campfires" | 26th Annual Mass Art Auction, Boston Massachusetts, April 2 - 11, 2015
"PYT Woman Americana: Salvation Mountain, Death Valley, Concord, Cassidy Farm, Wild Bill's Cabin, Dali Zion, Arlington Desert, Wild Bill's, Walden Harvard, Home| 30 Under 30 Spotlight Six, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown Massachusetts, February 26 - April 10 2015
"PYT Woman Americana: Salvation Mountain| 30 Under 30, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown Massachusetts, January 8 - February 20, 2015. With Curator Cherie Clinton and Marie Craig, Co-Directors of Fountain Street Fine Art, Framingham, MA.
Honors and Awards | Nominated for 'Best Visual Artist' Scout Cambridge, 2015
Awarded a 'spotlight' exhibition for the 30 Under 30 Exhibition, for "PYT Woman Americana Salvation Mountain."
"PYT Woman Americana: Cassidy Farm & PYT Woman Americana: Vegas" | Members Small Work Gallery, Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery, Framingham MA, Fall/Winter 2015
"PYT Woman Americana: Zion & Northeast Campfires" | 19th Boston International Fine Art Fair, Presented by Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery at the Boston Center of the Arts, Boston Massachusetts, October 22 - 25th, 2015
"PYT Woman Americana: Walden Pond & Death Valley" | Hullbaloo Pop Up, Presented by the Cambridge Art Association, Central Bistro Boston, July 14, 2015
"PYT Woman Americana: Dali Zion" | Members Exhibition Gallery 263, Cambridge Masschusetts, April 13 - May 14, 2015
Juried / Curated Exhibitions
"PYT Woman Americana: Salvation Mountain| New England Collective V, Galatea Fine Art, Boston, MA, August 1 - 30, 2014, Juried by Edmund Barry Gaither, Director of the National Center of Afro-American Artists and its Museum Division, and Special Consultant to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
"PYT Woman Americana: Wild Bill's" | Off the Wall: Community of Artists, Danforth Art, Framingham, MA, June 8 - August 3, 2014. Juried by Danforth Art’s Executive Director Katherine French.
"PYT Woman Americana: Salvation Mountain," "PYT Woman Americana: Cassidy Farm," "PYT Woman Americana: Wild Bill's" | Salon 21, Nave Gallery, Somerville, Massachusetts, April 27 - May 12, 2014. With Curator Michelle Fiorenza.
"PYT Woman Americana: Death Valley" | Members Exhibition Gallery 263, Cambridge Masschusetts, April 17 - May 17, 2014.
2007 - 2012
Honors and Awards
"Wanting MD" Awarded First Place from External Jury and Honorable Mention from Internal Jury, University of Massachusetts Amherst Junior and Senior Art Show, Herter Gallery, Amherst MA, May 2009
Juried/ Curated Exhibitions
"Up" and "Seeing" Coming of Age, New England Artists Under 30, Sharon Arts Center, Petersborough NH, March - April, 2012. With Jurors Cathy Sununu, Director of Portsmouth Museum of Art and Craig Stockwell, Professor at Keene State College.
"Harvard, MA" Members Juried II, Concord Art Association, Concord MA, February - March 2012. With Juror Perry A. Price, Assistant Curator of the Exhibitions and Collections, Fuller Craft Museum.
"The Great Escape" Northeast Prize Show, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge MA, May 2011. With juror Theodore Stebbins, Director of the Harvard Art Museums.
"The Great Escape" 81st Connecticut Women Juried Art Show, Connecticut Women Artists Inc., Yale University, Spring 2010. With juror Alyssa Monks, Fine Arts Artist.
"The Sweet Goodbye" and "Poor Little Artemsisia," 80th Connecticut Women Juried Art Show, Connecticut Women Artists Inc., University of Connecticut, Spring 2009. With Jurors Claudia Seymore and President of CMA Inc, Salmagundi Club.
"Almost There" and "Almost There II" Danforth Museum of Art Annual Members Juried Exhibition, Spring 2009, Danforth Museum, Framingham MA,With Jurors Joseph Carroll of Carroll and Sons Gallery and Lisa Tung, Director of Curatorial Programs and Professional Galleries at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Exploring (Our) Imagination, Soo Rye Art Gallery, Portsmouth New Hampshire, September 22nd - October 18th 2012. "Up", "Seeing", "Wanting MD", "The Great Escape."
"Intimacy" Solow Show, ATAC Satelite Gallery, Framingham MA, January 2010.
"Once Was, Wanting MD, Great Grand Father and Daughters, Trasnformers, The World to Come, The Sweet Goodbye, Poort Little Artemisia, Lost Billy Boys" Senior Thesis Show - Borrowed Memories, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Central Gallery, May 2009
Small Juried Group Exhibitions
"Heads No Tales" Animal Show, Post Road Art Center, Marlborough MA, February 2010
"The Beginning" See-Scapes Experimental Art Gallery and Studio, Salem MA, Summer 2009
"Once Was," "Great Grand Fathers and Daughters" Alter-a-tions, Experimental Art Gallery and Studio, Salem MA, Summer 2009
"Seeing the Beginning" 3rd Annual Amazing Things Arts Center Juried Show, Amazing Things Arts Center, Framingham MA, Summer 2009. With juror Director Michael Moran
Group Student Exhibitions
"The Lindens" Artist Book Exhibition, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Spring 2009
"Gender Split," Photography Show, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fall 2008
"Water Ripple" 2007 Print Show, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Spring 2007
Boston University, Boston Massachusetts, 2014 - 2016
Master of Art Administration
University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2005 - 2009
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Digital Imaging
Minor, Art History
Assistant Director, Cambridge Art Association, May 2011 - Current
Co-Curator, Nave Gallery, November - December, 2015
Appraisal and Auction Services, Skinner Inc., November 2010 - May 2011
Auction Assistant, Skinner Inc., October 2009 - October 2010
Gallery Coordinator, The Amazing Things Arts Center, July 2009 - March 2010