Playing with Pattern | Tenacre Art Gallery | Jan 6 to Feb 21, 2016

I am pleased to be the current Artist in Residence at Tenacre Country Day School in Wellesley, MA. Playing with Pattern is installed in the Tenacre Art Gallery (TAG) as of this morning and will be on display until February 21, 2016. I’m looking forward to sharing my process and inspiration with the full student body in morning assembly and meeting them at a following reception on Monday, January 11. Later in the day we’ll kick off a collaborative art project with the second and third grade art students of Barbara Owen and Catherine Gruetzke-Blais. Many thanks to Wanda Patterson…

materialize | Lisa Barthelson + Denise Driscoll | Fountain Street Fine Art | Apr 25 to May 19

materialize Lisa Barthelson + Denise Driscoll April 25- May 19, 2013 Reception: Friday, April 26, 5-7 pm Artist Talk: Saturday, May 11, 3-4 pm The exhibit materialize is visible evidence of an ongoing conversation between the artists, their diverse materials, and the invisible, mutable boundaries of identity and idea. Both Lisa Barthelson and Denise Driscoll combine traditional media with the seemingly infinite supplies of debris and data that flow through daily life. Following intuitive processes of organization, transformation, and accumulation, they think through their fingers, discovering mesmerizing pattern, unexpected beauty, wry humor, and fleeting balance. Fountain Street Fine Art 59…

Many Pieces Loosely Joined | Jun 1-3, 2012

Marran GalleryLesley University Swarm Intelligence produces their third collaborative drawing event for the Lesley University 2012 Alumni Weekend. The drawing takes place on 100 contiguous squares of paper that are separated and grouped for exhibit once the drawing is complete. Participating artists include Carol Mordecai Myers, Lynda Schlosberg, Jeffery Ellse and Denise Driscoll.

Swarm Intelligence | Feb 24, 2012

Swarm Intelligence Collaborative drawing at NHIA February 24 to March 16, 2012 Amherst Street Gallery Opening Reception: February 29, 2012, 5-7 pm The exhibition Swarm Intelligence will engage three sets of Artists; the art group Co-Laboratory, NHIA Alumni, and NHIA Foundations Drawing Students, in an effort to make three distinct but connected drawings within the Amherst Street Gallery. The intended result is to create a combined effect that is greater than the efforts of each individual or any single group. As Swarm Intelligence, artists Lynda Schlosberg, Denise Driscoll, Michael Finnegan, Jeffery Ellse, Keith MacLelland, Carol Mordecai Myers and Alison Williams…

Art Saves Mr. Lack | Jan 21, 2012

Art Saves Mr. Lack A community comes together to help January 21, 2012 Holliston High School 370 Hollis Street Holliston, MA Students and community host a huge art sale to benefit Doug Lack, to help with his approaching kidney transplant. This large mandala was cut into 49 5″ squares and sold at this fundraiser. Overall, the benefit raised over $10,000 to help defray medical costs.

Artist in Residence at Elsewhere | August 2011

Elsewhere Collaborative a thrift store turned living art museum Artist in residence July 27 to August 23, 2011 I am eager to begin my residence at this experimental, collaborative environment that I’ve been watching from afar for awhile now. I’m curious to learn what happens when I’m finally living in this place that has been actively working on my imagination for years! Take a look at the article featuring Elsewhere in July’s US AIrways Magazine. Elsewhere Collaborative 606 Elm Street, Greensboro, NC

Co-Laboratory | Jun 3-5, 2011

Co-Laboratory Jeffrey Ellse, Michael Finnegan, Keith MacLelland, Lynda Schlosberg, Alison Williams and Denise Driscoll Marran Gallery Lesley University May 31-June 5, 2011 For the 2011 Alumni Reunion at Lesley University, six Art Institute of Boston MFA Alumni joined forces to create a collaborative 28 x 9-foot drawing contemplating the connections between the 80,000-plus alumni from Lesley University. Working as a group for the first time, egos and personal styles are relinquished in exchange for a process that allows a common sensibility to emerge. Artist Talks 12 pm and 3 pm, June 3 3 pm, June 4