My personal logo - Orobouros entwined in a Triqueta - symbolizing eternal trinity forever. Drawn for me by my beloved uncle, Leandro Della-Piana.
Leandro Della-Piana
Elissa Della-Piana
Leandro did the art work for this book
Designer and couturier Harper Della-Piana '85, of SEAMS in Beverly, MA, was named an official Urban Renewal Designer for Urban Outfitter's Holiday Season Collection, and did an exclusive commission for the international chain.

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Alumna Meredith Turcotte, a painter, who completed the Art Education Teaching Practicum -Practicum Seminar at Montserrat College of Art, has accepted a long term substitute teaching position in the Hamilton-Wenham school district. She will be teaching elementary art at Winthrop Elementary School and Bessie Buker Elementary School while the art teacher is on leave.
Stacey Durand - Artwork
Alumna Sarah Whitling ’09 has joined Emerging Leaders in the Arts Network’s (ELAN) as their new Public Relations Chair.
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sculpture alumna — emily pardoe '07  "My interest in lifelong learning was shaped at Montserrat. Being able to take something, and make other people understand it – evoke emotions and make the viewer see what I am portraying is what I love about being an artist."
Alumna Julie O’Boyle ’06 is the face and voice behind her fashion blog Orchid Grey. After graduating from Montserrat with the Excellence in Photography Award, O’Boyle worked in Montserrat’s Admissions Department for a while before branching off and creating Orchid Grey! Last October, she moved to Philadelphia to work at, an online retailer, where she is their Fashion and Blog Writer.
“I am endlessly attracted to the mysteries of light and atmosphere, where light and shadow are nature’s selection and editing tools.” - Susan Cottle ‘92
Alumnus Brad Silk ’07 is currently working on "TEN", a new curation project at Cindy Rucker Gallery, which will run May 9 – May 11, 2014, with an opening reception May 9, 7 – 11 pm at 141 Attorney St. and Stanton St., New York City, NY.
In October, 2012, alumna Jennifer Clement ’93 launched her business, The Artist Bar, a traveling “paint-and-sip” party for people to come, have some cocktails and make art.
graphic design alumnus — michael amaru '05  "Design classes at Montserrat put the technical aspects of the software programs on the back burner and focused on thinking and problem solving. The technical knowledge would come later…when I became interested in optics, mobile applications, user interaction and product design, it felt natural to jump right in…"