Internationally recognized, Berkshire-based artist, Gabrielle Senza, has explored the miracles of nature, time and personal journeys throughout her prolific career as a multi-media artist and activist.
Included in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, MoMA New York, Lifetime Entertainment, JP Morgan Chase and Fidelity Investments, among others, Gabrielle Senza’s industrial and bucolic landscapes and installations have been exhibited in solo and traveling group shows throughout the United States and abroad.
She has taught art privately and as an adjunct professor at Bard College of Simon’s Rock, Cooper Union, IS183 and Mass MoCA.
Senza is recognized as an important social and environmental activist, whose installation and multi-media work conveys powerful messages that raise awareness and help to inspire change.
In 2001 she was invited to participate in Toxic Landscapes: Artists Examine The Environment, a traveling exhibition featuring many of the country’s top environmental artists organized by The Puffin Foundation. In 2002 Senza founded The Red Collaborative, a national grassroots organization devoted to empowering survivors of abuse through collaborative public art projects and creative initiatives on tough issues.
Gabrielle Senza lives and works in the Berkshires.