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Dedee Shattuck grew up on Barney's Joy Farm in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. She studied interior design in New York City in the 1970s, where she met her future husband, artist William Shattuck. The couple moved back to Dartmouth in the early 80's to pursue their art interests and to raise their two sons, Will and Ben.
Valuing the open space of her childhood, Shattuck has participated in land conservation efforts across Southeastern Massachusetts and has been instrumental in ecosystem preservation through work with Massachusetts Audubon, Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust, and SEMAP (Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership). Early to realize the link between sustainable, local agriculture and land preservation, she published "Farmers: Portraits in a Changing Landscape," celebrating New England's cultural history of small-scale farming.
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Jodi Stevens received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Textiles from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina in 2006 and completed her MFA in Fibers in 2010, at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. She currently resides in New Bedford, MA and has shown work in Canada, various locations in the U.S., and more extensively throughout Massachusetts.
Stevens has been a visiting artist in residence for programs in Colorado and Massachusetts. She has directed workshops and participated in textile-based educational outreach programs through museum partnerships and commissions, including the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA and the Albany Institute of History and Art in Albany, New York. In addition to her role at the Shattuck, she works locally as a studio assistant for a professional artist and is part-time faculty for the Rhode Island School of Design Continuing Education Program.
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Gabrielle Ferreira is a lifelong resident of southeastern Massachusetts. Residing in Fairhaven, MA, she graduated from Wheaton College, MA in 2012 with a B.A. (with Honors) in Art History and a minor in Anthropology. Having worked in museums and in other non-profit settings, her passion for the arts extends into arts education and community outreach.
Antoine St. Pierre
Antoine St. Pierre grew up in the studios of his two artist parents. He is a talented art installer, carpenter, and painter. Antoine established his own interior and exterior painting company, St. Pierre painting inc. in New Bedford in 2008. We welcomed him to our team as our professional installer in 2013, and we have been so pleased of his meticulous and consistent skill. He hangs our shows along with our curatorial team, and is also available to install work in your home or business. For more information please visit our installation page.
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