Connie Bracci-McIndoe creates bowls, vases, vessels and sculpted pieces which are
well known for their warm and subtle earth tones.
Her solo exhibitions include “I Segreti della Borsa” at Art’s Garage in Hopewell,N.J. in 1997 and in 1994 “Exploration in Color: Monotypes,” also at Art’s Garage. In 1992 “Culebran Holiday” at the Hunterdon Art Center in Clinton, N.J. In 1990 “Mixed Media and Shark Fin Series” at the By Hand Gallery in Haddonfield, N.J. In 1988 she had three solo exhibits: “Mixed Media” at The Artful Deposit Gallery in Allentown, N.J. “New Works” at the Book Gallery in New Hope, Pa. and “Clayworks” at Queensborough Community College Art Gallery in Bayside, N.Y. In 1984 at the Book Gallery and in 1981 and 1982 at Shibui in Kingston, N.J. and Jackson, Miss.
Her participation in group exhibits is extensive, particularly in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. She has shown her clay pieces in juried and invitational exhibitions in art centers, galleries and museums, such as the Summit Art Center, The Long Beach Island Foundation, the Hunterdon Art Museum, the Newark Museum, The New Jersey State Museum, The Port of History Museum in Philadelphia, City Hall in Philadelphia and the Zen Studies Center in New York.
She was an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Art and Photography at Queensborough Community College in Bayside, N.Y. for 25 years and also taught for 9 years at Georgian Court College in Lakewood, N.J.
She has received awards from Mercer County Community College and The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen.
Her collections are owned by Warner Lambert, Inc., N.J., NASDAQ, N.Y., Hewlett Packard, Chesterbrook, Pa., Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, N.J. and Permanent Collection, Queensborough Community College, Bayside, N.Y.