Lydia Jenkins Musco’s work has been exhibited in galleries and outdoor spaces across the United States. She studied stone carving in Italy and has participated in symposia and residencies in Norway, South Korea, and China. She has been a recipient of two Pollock-Krasner Foundation grants, an Edward F. Albee Fellowship, and a Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant, among others. She holds an MFA from Boston University and a BA from Bennington College. Musco lives and works in Royalston, Massachusetts.
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Making helps me understand the world. Making helps me learn how things go together, how things come apart, how they stand, how they fall, how they interact, and helps me to see the world. There is so much to learn; I treasure every scrap of understanding I can get.
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