Claudia R. Fieo is a Professor of Art in the department of Visual Art and History of Art and holds the Hannah Goldberg Chair for Teaching Innovation at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, where she has taught graphic design, drawing, and printmaking courses since 1992. As a printmaker, she trained in traditional techniques, though she has been committed to working with less toxic processes for several years, in the classroom and her own studio. Her prints and drawings have been exhibited nationally and internationally, and are held in private collections, as well as permanent and public collections, such as the Boston Public Library, The Newport Art Museum the Slater Memorial Museum and The University City Art Museum of the Guangzhou Fine Arts Academy .
A native of Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, Fieo moved to Florence, Italy for her graduate studies at Rosary College Graduate School of Art at Villa Schifanoia and Il Bisonte International School for Advanced Printmaking, earning Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees in Printmaking. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Carnegie Mellon University. The artist currently resides in Mansfield, Massachusetts.
Cosmos Disrupted, Collagraph Monoprint, 47.25" x 20", 2017