Our distinguished Korry Fellows were selected following a highly competitive process in order to activate our Space and fill our walls with outstanding local art . Korry Fellows will each curate a 5-week exhibition in our main gallery, and will work with the Resident Artists on their class curricula. They will also provide mentorship, workshops and educational opportunities to our students and the public at large.
Tara Blackwell is a mixed media pop artist working in Connecticut and New York. Raised in a household of artists, Tara was immersed in differing artistic styles and modalities from a young age. Experimenting with a variety of mediums and techniques, Tara employs bold colors, layers, and texture, often incorporating nostalgic pop culture to explore contemporary social issues.
Joseph Fucigna is a multi-media artist whose work is rooted in process, play and the innate qualities of the materials used. Through experimentation, play and innovation he creates sculptures that are known for their power to transform materials, inventiveness and odd but suggestive subject matter.
Lizzy Rockwell is the illustrator of numerous books and games for children and is the author and illustrator of Good Enough to Eat: A Kid’s Guide to Food and Nutrition, The Busy Body Book: A Kid’s Guide to Fitness, Plants Feed Me, A Mammal Is an Animal and How Do You Feel? Lizzy has worked with her mother, the late author/illustrator Anne Rockwell, as illustrator on Apples and Pumpkins in 1989, and Hiking Day most recently.
Kelly Rossetti is a contemporary abstract and figurative painter based out of Westport, CT. While primarily self-taught, she studied classical oil painting at a small Atelier in NYC where she credits getting her foundation and love of the figure. Kelly works in both Acrylic and Oil and often utilizes an array of mixed media to achieve depth, texture and marks.