A Family of Artists
The Talking Box
by Nancy Currier
Madison by Anne Currier
There are actually three artists in Mary Ann Currier’s family. Two of her daughters, Anne and Nancy, are also artists.
Anne Currier is a sculptor and professor of ceramic art at Alfred University in Alfred, New York. More examples of her work can be seen at the Alfred University School of Art and Design, Lucy Lacoste Gallery (Concord, MA), and Galerie b15 (Munich, Germany) web sites.
Nancy Currier is a painter and teaches art at Foster Academy in Louisville. She has created lesson plans for KET’s Ellis Wilson—So Much To Paint.
A Family of Students
Mary Ann Currier’s students at the Louisville School of Art have gone on to work in a wide variety of art professions. At Currier’s 2005 retrospective exhibit at the Speed Art Museum, she was photographed with a group of students who are all working artists. The photo ran in the Louisville Eccentric Observer (LEO) along with an article about the exhibit.
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Photograph by Geoff Oliver Bugbee. Used courtesy of Bugbee and LEO.