Kerry Mullen is a multi-media artist living and working in Gloucester, Massachusetts. She is greatly influenced by her surroundings, particularly the rocky coast, glacial formations, granite quarries, ocean, and extraordinary light which play upon all of these from the season to season.
Kerry’s clay work appears to have been formed from the ground itself with beautiful earth tones and a refined sensibility.
Kerry’s work has been shown at various North Shore venues including her own Spotted Cat Gallery, Cove Gallery, Rocky Neck Art Association, Artspace, Joncien Gallery, and Local Colors. Her work is in private collections across the United States. Kerry’s unique contributions to the greater community have been through her sculpture installations shown at Maudslay State Park in Newburyport, Massachusetts and the Stone Bone Feather Festival in Amesbury, Massachusetts.