Design Nearby is an exhibition series for people who love design. The series showcases inventive craft and clever aesthetics, from graphics on a shirt to mobiles made of felt to woodblock wallpaper. Design Nearby highlights works in various disciplines, with a focus on Boston-area artists and designers. These works are available for purchase. This year’s exhibit is entitled Command-P for the Macintosh keyboard shortcut that allows one to print the digital contents of their screen. Command-P explores the dichotomy between traditional and contemporary printing techniques. Each artist in this exhibit uses digital manipulation and classic printing methods in varying degrees to create their work. Whether manually screen-printed computer illustrations or die-cut letterpress prints, the pieces in this show represent the wide spectrum of work celebrating the art of printed matter.
From 5-7 pm view artwork on display and available to purchase by Rifrákt Artist Collective. Complimentary hors d'oeuvre from Bloc 11! A special performance by local musician Heather Smist will start at 6pm.
See you there!
On display November 15 - January 2nd 2012
Work by: Leah Cunningham Sarah Gay Stephanie Goode Carolyn Hulbert Nick Kent Aaron Morris Chris O'Neill
Saturday December 3rd : 5-7pm Bloc 11 Cafe 11 Bow Street Somerville, MA
A sparkling solo show of new artwork by Boston's Adam O'Day. These 15 paintings reflect a playful new direction, while keeping the same chunky paint, splatters, drips and architectural splendor. Please stop by the reception to meet the artist or if you can't make it, keep in mind that the show will be up until January. Happy Holidays!
THE HUNDREDS SHOW All Art is $100 // $200 // or $300 OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, December 9, 7-10 PM Show Dates: December 9 - January 14 Gallery Hours: Wed - Fri 4-10 PM, Sat 2-8 PM or by appointment. Lincoln Arts Project is pleased to announce The Hundreds Show. Featuring over 40 artists in a “everything must go” show. All art falls into of three price points - $100, $200, or $300. A great opportunity to get “cheap” work from some of Boston’s finest established and emerging artists. FEATURING WORK FROM: Adam LoRusso, Adam O’Day, Adahn Stewart, Adrienne Ginter, Aimee Belanger, Allison Bamcat, Amanda Fiedler, Bill Dunlap, Bradford Rusick, Brian Butler, Brian Hart, Caleb Neelon, Candace Corbin, Charlie Smith, Chelsea Dirck, Claudia Quigua, Cydney Gottlieb, Danielle Spurge, Dave Ortega, Dave Tolmie, Erica Aubin, Fish McGill, Gabbie Li, Geoff Hargadon, Ian Stewart, Jared Friedman, Jess Barnett, Jessica MacMillan, Josh Luke, Julie Weiman, June Levinson, Katie Loesel, Kenji Nakayama, Kevin Bucaccio…
Casey Desmond is not only one of our favorite musicians in Boston, she is also one of our favorite illustrators. She recently illustrated this majestic psychedelic deer piece that is currently displayed at the Bostonia Collectives art show at the Lincoln Arts Project Gallery in Waltham. Her art and music go hand in hand.
ArtVenue celebrated a big win yesterday at the 2011 MassChallenge Award Ceremony. MassChallenge helps early stage entrepreneurs succeed their business goals and awarded ArtVenue with a $50,000.00 grant. This is wonderful news! Thank you ArtVenue for your efforts in helping artists gain some income and exposure while helping decorate our city's local businesses with beautiful art. Great work! How ArtVenue Works from ArtVenue on Vimeo.
CALL FOR ART: Type Show Curated by Pat Falco and Mike Dacey Send all Types of Type work!!!! Any medium will be considered. Submit images of your work with title, medium, and size to: email@example.com DEADLINE: October 28 Show Dates: November 5 - December 3 Reception: November 18 Lincoln Arts Project The LAP Gallery 289 Moody Street, Waltham lincolnartsproject.com
In Boston, Kolo will host a FREE “Save The Photos” Photography and Photo Book Workshop at The Mall At Chestnut Hill, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2-6 p.m. Each participant should bring in 25 of their favorite digital photos to get a FREE Kolo Noci album loaded with 25 of their own photos. Kolo’s modern, colorful, archival photo albums, photo books and boxes were first discovered by the creative community, and have since rocketed in popularity in the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia. Since its founding in Hartford, Conn., in 1998, Kolo has become the world’s leading brand of luxury photo presentation and storage products. Kolo albums are known for their sleek design and high quality materials. The Kolo Shop at The Mall at Chestnut Hill opened recently, and offers people an innovative way to get their photos off their hard drives and into beautiful Kolo books, archival Kolo albums and boxes. For more information, please visit www.kolo.com
You are all invited to see the beautiful works of Joshua Durant: http://joshuadurantart.weebly.com and Catalina Viejo Lopez De Rodahttp://www.catalinaviejo.com The exhibition will be open October 6th - October 30th The opening reception is on Saturday, October 8th, 5-9pm Gallery at the Piano Factory: 791 Tremont Street, Boston, MA Gallery Hours: Fri 6-8pm, Sat+Sun 12-5pm Mon-Thurs by appointment Visit: http://www.galleryatthepianofactory.org for more info Collaboration Intertwined 24x24 inches Acrylic on Panel Catalina Viejo Lopez de Roda Pocholita 42x19 Mixed Media on Cut Panel Joshua Durant Blue Jay Free 16x20 inches Gouache on Paper Collaboration Opposites 8x8 inches Mixed Media on Museum Board Panel Joshua Durant Eagle 12x12 Gouache on Panel
A Collection of Bostonia Collectives“A Collection of Bostonia Collectives” curated by Fish McGillThose who believe artists can thrive toiling alone in their studio are living a lie. Today’s success stories feature artists from many mediums coming together to create projects impossible to conceive on their own. These collections of collectives around the world team up and tackle large scale public works of art, museum exhibitions, murals and much more.Contemporary artists ranging from Friends With You to Jeff Koons to The Yarn Bombers to Banksy and beyond all work in concert with their teams of specialists to realize amazing projects. Nobody is going at it alone anymore especially in the Hub of the Universe, the city with the Dirty Water, The Capitol of the Commonwealth, the fair city of Boston Massachusetts.Boston is the proud home of a collection of collectives creating an exciting body of work. Each of these crews hop over the traditional paths of gallery representation and getting work into …
Sunday August 7, 2011 from 5-9PM, 3Scoops will host internationally celebrated photographer Jim Dow for his current book tour for AMERICAN STUDIES: A TRIBUTE TO THE 2011 RED SOX SEASON and he will be available for signing. The exhibit of Dow’s work from the book will be on display at 3Scoops from August 7th through October 27th. Jim Dow is an internationally exhibited artist represented in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, J. Paul Getty Museum, Library of Congress, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, New York, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Dow has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, LEF Foundation, Mellon Foundation, and the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship among many other grants and commissions. His work has been published in Marking the Land (2007) and Where We Live: Photographs from the Berman Collection (2006) as well as in international magazines and academic and fine art jour…
CLICK HERE FOR THE FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE Featuring amazing work by the best street artists from Boston, NYC, Phili etc, Incredible Photographers, Graph Artists and more. Artists: Silver Oris, Nineta, Pro Blak, Swat, 9&saintvitus, Marka27, Enamel Kingdom, Heather McGrath, Alphabet Arm Design, Chris Piascik, Morgan Thomas Anderson, Thomas Buildmore, Nick Z, Matthew Zaremba, Tony Luong, Martha O'Connell, James Buford, Zachary Teachout, Tom Lutz, Damion SIlver, Alphabet Soup, Anti Designs, Shayna Yasuhara + Josh Falk. Also Spinning: DJ FRANK WHITE. Sponsored By: Pabst Blue Ribbon Please come out and support this dream of mine and all the amazing artists that I'm so honored to have in the show. This will be an amazing night and you dont wana miss out on all the fun, beers, and music. Show is running thru August 28th. Special Thanks to Oliver Mak For giving me this Opportunity and doing this amazing show with me, and also thanks to Orchard SkateShop for supplying us with decks: http:/…
Local pop singer, Casey Desmond, took illustration classes at The Art Institute Of Boston where she met her best friend Tofu Squirrel. Over the past year, Tofu Squirrel and Casey Desmond have been combining forces in order to bring Casey's world to life through illustrations. They created a psychedelic space world full of pink trees, flying caterpillars, blue deer, space plants, crystals, synths and more. With the help of Tofu Squirrel, close friends, and family, Casey Desmond was able to create sets, costumes, visuals, and more for her music video "Talking To God". What some of you may not know is that Casey is not only a phenomenal singer, she's also a song writer, art director, designer, illustrator, and she designs and sews all of her own stage costumes. For a low budget music video, the song and visuals are unique and stunning. Casey Desmond is one of a kind. Check it out:
Here are some of Tofu Squirrel's illustrations done for Casey:
3 Scoops is an ice cream/dessert cafe in Brighton, MA. They offer spectacular flavors such as Vanilla Cucumber, Curry Fig, Ginger, and of course your old favorites too! 3 Scoops also has over 50 ice cream flavors, frozen yogurt, sorbet, dairy free, sugar free, gluten free and flavors for adults and children with allergies. All of their products are homemade, artisan, and organic! They use the freshest ingredients from local farmers, which makes their sweets extra special!
All that said, 3 Scoops wants us Boston Artists to show our artwork in their space! 3 Scoops supports local artists, so lets submit some art!
The fantabulous folks at FableVision are hosting their second annual Creative Juices art show, ONE NIGHT ONLY! Get ready for some magic on Friday, April 29, 6-10pm at 308 Congress Street, Boston (above the Children's Museum). More information can be found at the official exhibit website, including the skinny on the 24 featured artists and a downloadable template to make your own Creative Juices sculpture!
The Distillery Gallery is pleased to announce “Dots Per Inch”, an exhibit of printmaking and graphic design. This show focuses not only on techniques, but also the creativity, artistic integrity, and entrepreneurial spirit involved with such disciplines. Works by independent designers will showcase the attention to aesthetics that goes into their craft, whether it be traditional letterpress, screen printing, or modern digital design. Along with works of various mediums displayed in both proper gallery fashion and salon-style, the show will also include a section of wall space dedicated to collaborative installation where artists will print layers of mixed imagery directly onto the wall surface.The opening reception will provide the public with an opportunity to meet the artists, ask questions about processes, and purchase independent, locally-made goods from the “merch table” set up in the middle of the gallery. Exhibitors include: AntiDesigns, Dance Party Massacre, Davi…
A Taste of Boston samples from Boston's diverse art scene, and opens to the public at the 808 Gallery (808 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston) on Wednesday, April 6. There is an opening reception on Thursday, April 7 from 6-9pm, and you should come and join your fellow Boston Artists in celebrating the diversity of the art scene in this city! More information can be found on the Taste of Boston website.
Included artists: Julie Kang, Jeanette O'Connor, Brenda Cirioni, Biying Zhang, Ellen Ezorsky, Sarah Berry, Billy Sims, Sean Flood, Kate Benson, Courtland Blade, Anthony Lobosco, Jeremy Ackman, Margaret Rose Vendryes, Clement Liu, Chloe M Gough, Courtney Moy, Elizabeth Menges, Katherine Vetne, Gabriel Sweet, Rachel Hammerman, Erica Aubin, Janette Chien, Kathy Liao, Dustin Young, Catalina Viejo, Alexandra Carter, Heidi Hogden, Jenn Houle, Sarah Pollman, Bayne Peterson, Erica Chin, Craig Lupien
Do you live in New York or are you going to be in New York on April 9th? If so, you should go to this grand opening exhibition! Show your support to the beautiful talented Tara McPherson and her new art boutique. Boston's very own Tofu Squirrel has a shrimpy piece in it, literally, and she will also be attending.