Maryann E. Worrell

Adjunct Professor, Visual and Performing Arts

215 Murphy Hall 1 (215) 572-2133

About Me

Maryannn Worrell is an artist and educator who employs diverse disciplines, subject matter and tactics in devising works that can generate different kinds of knowledge.  She is currently an adjuct Professor teaching Metals and Jewelry and Studio Art Foundations.  She recieved her BFA and art certification from Arcadia University and her MA in Art and Ecology from NUIG/ Burren College of Art in Ireland.

Maryann's work focuses on  landscape, our place in it and our responsibility to the growing need for reform.  Her work explores the interactive potential of art as a research tool and its capacity for social and environmental change. She works as an independent artist and/or collaborator on various projects which combine art, science and education. Her sculpture has been shown nationally and internationally.

Hometown
Phoenixville, PA

Home Country
USA

Education History

Arcadia University 2005

BFA and Art Edu Certification, Major in Art Education

Minor in Metals/Jewelry

NUIG/Burren College of Art 2014

Masters of Art, Major in Art and Ecology