Announcing the selected artists of Material Matters

in partnership with the Fitchburg Art Museum 

When Jean Borgotti and Marjorie Rawle, curatorial staff from the Fitchburg Art Museum, arrived in our galleries, they had the formidable task of choosing only ten works from Material Matters. Ultimately, they selected these pieces for exhibition in the Museum's Community Gallery.

We enthusiastically congratulate:

Stephen Bergeron, African DNA
(granite and grout on cement)

Esther Clark, Ofertas
(mid-range stoneware and homemade layered glazes)

Jennifer Davis Carey, I’m Ready
(vitreous enamel on copper)

Kristi DiSalle, Maternal Geometry
(alcohol markers, colored pencil, and oil pastel on card stock)

Gloria Goguen, Women’s Work: We Are All Connected By A Fine Thread
(mixed media: colored pencil, acrylic, kimono, silk, thread)

Casey Hickey, #Witchcraft
(linoleum block monoprint)

Abu Mwenye, Beauty in the Beads Series
(acrylic mixed media on canvas)

Lisa Shea, Ukraine
(multi-exposure photography)

Suzanne Stumpf, Relic
(porcelain sculpture)

Robin Tost, Old Goat
(salvaged metal scrap)

Material Matters: A Members' Exhibition in partnership with the Fitchburg Art Museum is on view in ArtsWorcester's main galleries and on our website through April 24, 2022. Gallery hours run Thursdays through Sundays, 12:00 to 5:00 PM, and are always free.

We thank our friends and partners at the Fitchburg Art Museum for sharing their collection so generously with our artists.

ArtsWorcester exhibitions are sustained in part by the generous support of the C. Jean and Myles McDonough Charitable Foundation.
///// Suzanne Stumpf, Relic, porcelain sculpture, 11” x 13” x 2.25”, 2020, $1,100