59 Wareham Street, Studio #15c
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
We are all collaborators. Art is a response to the world around and within us. Whether presenting a semblance of reality or a study of patterns repeated and recalled, the relationships are interwoven. Nature’s handiwork impresses and informs all matter–present and passed, permanent and ephemeral, physical and virtual. Layers of materials and memories create perceptual and spiritual relationships that serve as a locus for grounding, recognition, and solace. Using clay, sand, shell, wood, plastics, resins, and pigments, photo-imagery and video, each piece layers and abstracts traditional and non-traditional mediums bringing the place from which they came into the work. Witkowski explores the interaction and juxtaposition of materials and process to recall the shared experiences grounded in each of us.
Luanne E Witkowski is an artist working in a wide range of media and reflective social practice. Her works are in collections throughout the United States and abroad. She has been a member of the Kingston Gallery in Boston since 2005 and is affiliated with Hutson Gallery and AMP Gallery in Provincetown. Her organization affiliations include the United South End Artists, Mission Hill Artist Collective, and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Witkowski is a recipient of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Lifetime Achievement in Art & Commerce Commendation.
In addition to her studio practice, she is the Design Studio director, adjunct faculty, and LR-MFA Mentor at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She teaches Creative Thinking in the Critical & Creative Thinking (CCT) graduate program at the University of Massachusetts-Boston.