Featured in 'Kolaj' Magazine, April 2018.

“Delicacy” is a multidisciplinary exhibition showcasing the work of five New England mixed media artists. Each artist explores ideas of intimacy, while delicately applied techniques resonate in the work. In addition to woven expressions of elegance, the work simultaneously asserts an undeniable vigor.

One of many shared trends throughout the artists’ work is their inspiration for subject matter–the intimacy of their personal beliefs and histories. Another commonality is their attention to identity within society. The execution of delicate techniques are evident in the artists’ process and exploration of the picture plane. Whether the works are digital images, collage, drawings, or sculpture, each piece holds the essence of fragility and vulnerability.

Cory Munro Shea refers to this body of work as her “Worry Dolls”. Her work expresses her lifelong experience with anxiety while trying to fall asleep at night. Her use of images intertwining with one another symbolizes the sensitive and delicate conversations one has with themselves when spiraling through these recurring feelings and emotions. Ultimately the final images exude strength by expressing these moments of vulnerability through bold and impeccable composition choices.

Maud Morgan Directorship announcement, Art New England, March/April 2018: Volume 39, Issue 2


In Place mentioned in Elin Spring Photography Blog, "Light Up Your December," 2016
"December is offering up so many photographic events, I hardly know where to start.  This “most wonderful time of the year” can make way more than visions of sugarplums dance in your head so, go ahead, take a little time to restore your faith and sanity by venturing forth into a few of the photographic exhibits and events I’m highlighting below, listed in chronological order. The greater Boston region is sparkling with opportunities to experience the power of photography to move and inspire, enlighten and heal.  Light up your December!"

In Place mentioned by Liz Devlin, in Flux Boston, for the weekly 'Round Up,' November 2016

"Explosion I" Featured on Style Carrot, 'Art Monday' blog post. April 2016

Featured on Boston University's Art Administration Student Feature

30. Below Exhibition presented at the Cambridge Art Association featured in Artscope Magazine January/February 2016, "A New Generation at CAA" 2016

Shea interviews CAA student artist member, Mia Cross on CCTV's Creative Process. 

Interview on Cambridge Community Television | Creative Process with CAA Director Erin Becker

Featured on, "The Boston Day Book" Art and Culture, "There are so many great local artists, and we love to learn more about their work! We recently had a chance to chat with Cory Shea, a photographer and Assistant Director of the Cambridge Art Association.."

Wicked Local, 30 Under 30, 2015
 "Though the show does not offer many photos, Craig, a photographer, cited a digital photo, “Salvation Mountain’’ by Cambridge resident Cory Munro Shea, as offering “a sense of reverie and nostalgia with a bit of mystery.’’ In the photo, the young girl holding a bouquet of flowers seems to fade into the field in which she stands, creating a ghostly aura"  

Watertown Patch, 30 Under 30, 2015

Abstraks Magazine, Featuring Galatea Fine Arts, 2014

Metro Daily News, Danforth Community of Artists, 2014

Harvard Crimson,  Focusing on Instagram, 2012

Artscope, Review of 'Sharon Art Center, "Coming of Age Show," 2012


Globe West, Featured In Place, November 13, 2016
Artscope Magazine, listed In Place, November/December 2016 Issue

Cover of Artscope Magazine, "Up" March/April 2012 Issue, 2012
Artscope, Review of 'Sharon Art Center, "Coming of Age Show," 2012
NHMagazine, 2012
Sentinel Source, 2012
Amherst Citizen, 2009