BREON DUNIGAN & FAMILY
September 20 – October 20, 2019/ Curated by: Christine McCarthy
Opening Reception: Friday, September 27, 8pm at the Museum
CONGRATULATIONS TO BREON DUNIGAN ON HER AWARD FOR INDIVIDUAL ARTISTIC
EXCELLENCE FROM THE PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM.
PART OF THE MUSEUM’S ANNUAL BENEFIT GALA ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2019 |5PM-12AM
Breon Dunigan is a sculptor living and working in Truro, Massachusetts. Dunigan studied at The North Carolina School of the Arts, Atlanta College of Art, The Massachusetts College of Art and holds an MFA from The Mason Gross School of Arts at Rutgers University. In her words, “Much of my recent work as focused on my perception and interpretation of our attachment to objects of all kinds. The sculptures are created using items I have collected both conceptually and literally, as well as items that have been handed down through generations of my family.” Integrating her familial items into her work bodes well for her collectors; Dunigan hails from a family that boasts four generations of beloved Provincetown artists, giving her deep-rooted connections to the Art Colony in Provincetown.