FRAMINGHAM – CommCreative, a marketing agency, announced that its Factory Mark Gallery’s newest exhibit will be Interventions, featuring the work of sculptural artist Meghan Caveney.
“Meghan is a gifted artist, and we are very excited to have her work displayed at the gallery,” said Lisa McCarthy, agency principal at CommCreative, in a press release.
“Interventions is a truly unique art experience, and I know our entire team will appreciate the various themes and mediums she uses in her work. We cannot wait to hear the reactions of our clients and visitors when they come in and view these amazing pieces,” said McCarthy.
Caveney received her BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, in addition to a second major in biology at Tufts University, in 2016.
Inspired by her background in biology as well as engineering, her work brings concepts of the minimalist art movement together with environmental issues, such as the need to preserve and repurpose discarded materials.
“Being featured in the Factory Mark Gallery is a wonderful opportunity,” said Caveney. “My concern as an artist is to pay as much respect to the life of the media I use as possible. The physical remnants of these works will far outlast anyone’s understanding of them. How I use the materials and what I do with them is entirely up to me, and reflects only my own character.”
The Factory Mark Gallery, which is located within CommCreative’s offices, will also feature the works of local artist Kathryn Gearon, in an exhibit called Imagined Landscapes.
Gearon’s paintings, which will be displayed in the Machine Shop gallery annex, are described as “atmospheric dreamscapes that depict interior and exterior scenarios in architecture.”
CommCreative is a digital-first marketing agency serving a robust roster of technology, healthcare, manufacturing and consumer clients, based in Fraingham.
Factory Mark Gallery, located at the CommCreative headquarters in Framingham, is a not-for-profit, private art gallery devoted to displaying the works of emerging and re-emerging local artists. All sales made in the gallery go directly to the artist to help support their work and ambitions.
Photos courtesy of the gallery