The Plumbing Museum is pleased to announce the recipients of 2017 spring Manoog Family Artist Residency are Jenn Wood and Ian MacLellan.
Jenn Wood is a Boston based mixed media artist whose work is often inspired by water. For the duration of her residency, Jenn will continue her exploration of cyanotype photography and produce a series of cyanotype/mixed media photograms utilizing plumbing tools, pipe pieces, and more. Jenn received her MFA from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art & Design. She has had work in shows at Boston Young Contemporaries at BU Gallery 808; Kentler International Drawing Space Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; 440 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Samson Projects Gallery, Boston, MA; Spoke Gallery at MWP, Boston, MA, among others. Jenn is a faculty member at Quincy College in the Visual Arts Program.
Ian MacLellan is an editorial and commercial photographer and filmmaker from Somerville, MA. His current work is focused on New England landscape and includes projects on the nature of Thoreau’s Walden Woods and Martha’s Vineyard. Ian also enjoys working on technology related projects combining his background in geological science. For the residency period, Ian will explore homemade pinhole photography to capture the construction and design process in the Boston area. Ian holds a Bachelor of Arts in Geological Sciences from Tufts University and has had work published by the Orion Magazine, Popular Mechanics, The Guardian, Harvard Magazine, Audi, and the Museum of Science in Boston, among many others.
Stay tuned for opportunities to engage with this spring’s artists in residence and to learn more about their work and artistic practice.
To learn more about the Manoog Family Artist Residency, click here.