Driven by a fascination with found objects, Corcelle delves into the visual potential inherent in these discarded artifacts in her installation work. Over the course of many years, she has avidly collected these objects, integrating them seamlessly into her creative process. Through her installations, Corcelle transforms these seemingly mundane items into captivating and thought-provoking art, challenging conventional notions of beauty and meaning.
Located at the Umbrella Arts Center in Concord, MA, Corcelle’s studio serves as a sanctuary where her artistic vision comes to life. It is within this creative space that she channels her passion and dedication, tirelessly pushing the boundaries of her practice. The studio is a testament to her commitment to artistic exploration and innovation, a place where ideas take shape and imagination knows no bounds.
Corcelle’s artistic journey is characterized by a profound sense of curiosity and a relentless drive to create art that resonates with viewers. Her multi-disciplinary approach allows her to explore various mediums and techniques, resulting in a body of work that is both versatile and evocative. Through her artistic endeavors, Corcelle invites us to experience the world through a different lens, provoking us to see beauty and meaning in the most unexpected places.
Corcelle’s artistic creations have graced various prestigious exhibitions across the globe, enchanting audiences in the United States, France, China, Vietnam, Peru, Cuba, and Iceland. Embracing both private and public collections, her captivating artworks have found a cherished place in esteemed institutions like Museum of Fine Arts, the Boston Public Library, the Art Complex Museum, the Contemporary Art Center, the Vietnam Fine Arts Association in Hanoi, the Danang Fine Arts Museum, Danang, Vietnam, the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, China, the Universidade Feevale in Novo Hamburgo, Brazil, and Las Casas de las Americas, Habana, Cuba.
She is the designer of the Boston Printmakers award-winning publication 60 Years of North American Prints.