Mary Mead: Rethinking Craft

AVA Online

Mary Mead is a NH-based printmaker and sculptor and her work often combines a variety of printmaking techniques to create engaging abstracted landscapes and forms. Broadly her work explores the changing climate, and ways of finding a universal language in abstract imagery. Mead has a long exhibition and teaching history since earning her MFA from the Tufts University and the Boston Museum School, and her BS Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin/Madison. Mead teaches at Two Rivers Printmaking Studio, Chases Garage, Kimball Jenkins School of Art, and AVA Gallery and Art Center.