Constance Pierce, artist and educator, served as associate professor of art with St. Bonaventure University (NY). She is an MFA graduate of the Hoffberger School of Painting, Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore (MD). Pierce has exhibited regionally, nationally, and most recently in Japan.
Her sketchbooks were twice exhibited at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (DC). Her work is in their collection, as well as the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art (DC), the National Gallery of Art Rare Book Library (DC), the Georgetown University Special Collections (DC), the Yale Center for British Art Prints and Drawings archives (CT) among others.
Pierce's work has been covered in The Washington Post, Chicago's New Art Examiner, the New Haven Register, Journal of the Print World, the Yale Bulletin, and IMAGE: Art, Faith, and Mystery Vol. 13 authored by Professor Emeritus Richard Freis of Millsaps College. An article by Pierce titled "OPUS CORDIS: Reflections of a Contemporary Artist Embracing the Drama of Religious Imagery" was published in the book Art Inspiring Transformations of Life in 2010.