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Siri smedvig

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Concord Gallery

 

SIRI SMEDVIG  was awarded a McCord prize for artistic excellence when she graduated (BA) from Harvard University. While at Harvard concentrating in English and American literature she also took studio art classes with Albert Alcalay. His teaching how to express abstractly using color and proportions has had a lasting impact on Siri’s work. As a single mom raising her daughter in Concord, Siri took many studio art classes at the DeCordova Museum School. Her most influential teachers include Tim Harney, Makoto Yabe, Joseph Wheelwright, and Janet Echelman. A professional violinist, Siri has performed as soloist with various symphony orchestras. She serves as Concertmaster for Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra and Concord Orchestra. She is first violinist with her string quartet (Egg Rock Quartet) adores playing chamber music of all kinds, and teaches piano and violin. Siri loves nature, animals, and is a certified Fairyologist. Practicing alchemy, magic, art and music with love and joy guides her daily life. 

For more information or pricing please contact the gallery:

Email info@threestonesgallery.com 

Gallery: 978-371-1333

Text: 978-399-8611

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