2016 MFA, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME
2014 M.Phil, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME
2012 BFA, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH
2017 Common Street Gallery Front Window, As She Made Her Bed, Waterville, ME
2014 Blum Gallery, Upwellings, Bar Harbor, ME
2012 545 & Co’s Red Barn Gallery, Form + Space, Bar Harbor ME
2016 PLATFORM PROJECTS/WALKS, Portland, Maine
2016 MFA Thesis Exhibition, Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland Maine
2015 Driven to Abstraction, Umbrella Community Arts Center, Concord, MA
2012 Downtown December, Bar Harbor, ME
2012 Annual Exhibition, NHIA, Manchester, NH
2012 10th Annual Minumental, Amherst Street Gallery, Manchester, NH
2011 Éxposition d'Année, Atelier Marchutz, Aix-en-Provence, France
2010 8th Annual Minumental, Amherst Street Gallery, Manchester, NH
2016 - 17 Adjunct Faculty, Maine College of Art
2015 Instructor, Maine College of Art Continuing Studies
"Maisie Broome: Ingenious Caretaker". The Chart. Ashley Burskey and Jenna Crowder, eds. Vol. 1, No. 1, September 2015. http://thechart.me/maisie-broome-ingenious-caretaker/
Printmaking, singing, and working with glass are timeworn practices. Historically, these methods served to share knowledge of one’s culture and history. Through prints, songs, and stained glass, I fuse together folktale narratives and phenomenological theories of perception. In my work, the symbolical values of folk tales serve as recognizable cairns within the landscape of phenomenology.
Layering often transparent materials and textures in both audio and visual work, I strive for a consistent sense of enveloping light and air. Activating multiple sensations plants the viewer firmly within the context of the phenomenology of perception.
In German, the word for story and the word for history are the same: Geschichte. This blurring between the real and the less real is the impetus for my work. My projects are keyholes between these two realms. I build either pavilions within pavilions, or in order to invert space all together.