Brenda Cirioni uses the iconic house shape to speak about home, family and stability in her newest mixed media paintings. In addition to paint, she critically combines a variety of materials including repurposed fabric, wallpaper remnants, chocolate bar wrappers and other debris, imbuing them with new life.
Cirioni received her education from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, MA, through both the Diploma Program and the Fifth-Year Certificate Program. Her work was recently part of Beyond Structure: Representations of the American Barn, a traveling Brigham Young University exhibition. She’s exhibited in Attleboro Arts Museum, Danforth Museum, deCordova Museum, Fitchburg Museum and the Berkshire Museum. Her work can be seen in numerous galleries throughout New England. Cirioni’s work is included in the corporate collections of Brigham and Women's Hospital, Fidelity Investments in Boston, as well as other institutions across the country, and in private collections, including the Wrigley family collection. Cirioni’s painting Dickinson’s Hope hung in the office of MA Governor Deval Patrick, and now resides in his collection. She works from her studio at Artspace in Maynard, MA.
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