Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery to exhibit ‘All Boundaries Are Imagined’


September 24, 2015


Denise Driscoll,  Cipher: Replication 1 , acrylic on panel

Denise Driscoll, Cipher: Replication 1, acrylic on panel

FRAMINGHAM — The Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery, 59 Fountain St., Framingham, will exhibit “All Boundaries Are Imagined” by Denise Driscoll and Jeanne Williamson from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays Oct. 8 through Nov. 8.

In “All Boundaries Are Imagined,” Driscoll and Williamson investigate the formality and flexibility of the grid, moving from strictly distributed squares to layers of color and marks that all but obliterate the underlying structure.

Driscoll is a multidisciplinary artist focusing on painting, installation and collaborative practice. She has had solo exhibitions at Babson College, Lesley University and Dana Hall Gallery and was awarded a Curatorial Opportunity Program exhibit at the New Art Center in Newton for “Material Meditation” in 2008. She teaches at Lesley University College of Art and Design where she earned her master’s degree in visual art in 2007. Her part of the exhibit showcases work from “Cipher” with maze-like translations of the human genome. Also included are the geometric accumulations of circles.

Jeanne Williamson,  Skating Marks on Ice on Fences 1 , mixed media on cradled board

Jeanne Williamson, Skating Marks on Ice on Fences 1, mixed media on cradled board

Williamson is a mixed media artist whose work incorporates monoprinting, painting and sewing on fabric. She has had solo exhibitions at Brandeis University, Providence College, the Danforth Museum of Art and the Walnut Hill School. She has a bachelor’s degree in fibers/crafts from Philadelphia College of Art, now the University of the Arts, and a master’s in art education from Massachusetts College of Art. Her work on display incorporates the different grid patterns of construction fences with black and white photos of bubbles, cracks and skating marks gathered from the ice and snow of last winter. The holes and gridded shapes of the fences become containers for her manipulated and collaged photos, sewing and painting.


A gallery reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 17; an artist talk, 2 p.m. Oct. 25. For more information, visit

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