Makers and Mentors: The Art and Life of Snow Farm—The New England Craft School
November 28, 2020 - July 4, 2021
This November, Fuller Craft Museum celebrates the numerous ways contemporary craft has been impacted through Snow Farm, the famed 50-acre craft school in Williamsburg, Massachusetts. This invitational exhibition highlights the work of multiple generations of artists who have been part of the school; makers who have been an enormous influence on those in the classroom, workshop, and studio – as well as those whose careers have been pivotally-shaped by the institution. Along with the work of veteran, mid-career, and young artists, Makers and Mentors will also highlight the historical development of the school, providing museum visitors with valuable insight into how Snow Farm has, and continues to be, a pioneering force in the realm of studio craft.
In order of appearance:
Lois Russell, Blub Blub, 2012. Waxed linen thread, 14″ x 10″ x 10″
Linda Kaye Moses, Arabesque Broccato, 2020. Sterling silver, 18k gold, 24k gold foil, vitreous enamels, Nevada Opal, Peruvian Opal, 34″ long. Photo Credit: Evan J.Soldinger
Sam Myers, Beauty, 2020. Painted stain glass, 14.5″ x 16,” Photo Credit: Tony Rodriguez
Bob Green, Raku Vessel, 2019, Wheel-thrown white stoneware, 18” h x 9” dia.
Alexandra Sheldon, Accidents Will Happen #1, 2019-2020. Mixed media on paper, collage, printmaking, silk screening, drawing, and painting, 24″ x 19″
Liliana Cirstea Glenn