Brece Honeycutt discovers and elevates cast-off objects and forgotten people in her drawings, sculptures, and installations. Honeycutt finds inspiration in the natural world and items representing the past, such as "the rows of blue, pink and yellow buckets, basins and bowls lined up on Shaker storage shelves."
Honeycutt lives in an old farmhouse in Western Massachusetts and her studio is a 19th century barn on the property.
“Circles and circular sequences inspire me; both in the natural world that surrounds me, as the orioles and hummingbirds return, again; and in archives, where rows Shaker of blue, pink and yellow buckets are lined up. These cause me to continually return to libraries, woodlands, historical sites and to the studio uncovering coincidences and making constructions.”