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These one of a kind, hand crafted, beautiful wreaths are made from bittersweet vines collected from conservation land. The berries have not been disturbed so they will not spread this invasive species further. (It is illegal in Massachusetts to sell … Read More
Text and photos by Emma Sundberg As we turned down the street to Nancy Reilly’s house and studio, we knew immediately that we had arrived, even without searching out the street number scrawled in our notes. The street-facing porch boasted … Read More
Nancy Reilly began creating this unusual furniture by a circuitous route, much like the curved and twisted vines which are used. She is trained both as a biologist and a registered nurse, but has a strong artistic side. During her … Read More
Concord Journal, The (MA) September 22, 2009 Nancy Reilly of Concord is among eight local artists featured in Boston Children’s Museum’s newest art exhibit, “I See Trees,” on view through Nov. 1.The artists included in the “I See Trees” … Read More
June 7, 2012 | Posted by Mia in Featured, My Art by Nancy Reilly Some might say I came to my art of creating intricately composed furniture by a twisted path, using nature’s afterthoughts. I grew up in a rural area and even when I was … Read More
How one artist turns an invasive vine into whimsical, green furniture. By Mindy Pollack-FusiJune 14, 2009 When Nancy Reilly is twisting and shaping a vine into a bench or an arbor, she takes her cues (as well as her materials) from … Read More