Tuesday, April 17, 2012


Come show some love to your local artists and visiting artists in the artist alley!

List of artists in the artist alley:
John Yuskatis
Jennie Wood
Kurt Einhaus
Andrea Agostini
McCullough Effect
Tina Tam
Homeless Comics
Holly Foltz
Matt Aucoin
Randolph House

Mark Dos Santos
The Draw Box
Brandon Barrows
Alica Giuffrida
Robert Quill
Dan Capitumini
Fat Cat Funnies
Mr. Rain
Sean Kasper
Sam Costello
Cathy Leamy
Steven A. Roman
Lazerlady Publishing
Michael Dooney
Scott Ethan Ambruson
Kay and P Comics
Britt Snyder
Stock Pile Comics
GW Fisher
Peter Simeti
Firetower Studios
Action Abstraction

Jason Metcalf
Seth McBastid
Erica Henderson
Best Pest Studio
Karl Stevens
George Amaru
Zack Newirth
Will Wiggins
Ashley Riot
Brian Massa
Andrew LoVuolo
Guild Work Publications
Zombie Romance
Kevin Eaton
Cool Monkey Press
John Sands
Victor Toro
Alex Cormack
Ahsley Cook
Unstoppable Comics
Mattman: Dinosaur

Aaron Wood
Fake McCoy Comics
Graveyard Shift Press
Doug Cowan
Clay McCormack
Tyler James
Shayna McGinnity
Severed Head Comics
Ricardo Lopez Urtiz
Elizabeth Neronski
215 Ink
Joe Martino
Bill Walko
Tracy Lee Quinn
Kent Archer
Reckless Sidekick

Nate Lovett
Five and Dime Comics
Tina Pratt
Jarrett J. Krosoczka
Nick Mockoviak
Nicole Hansche
Lindsay Moore
MKT Productions
PBJ Comics
Drowned Town Press
HB Comics
The Seven Trials of
Kiera Snow

Scott Cohn
Tim Finn
New Legend Productions
Jason Casey
Ninth Art Press
Boston Comics Roundtable
Amanda Norden
Joe Mulvey
Brian Connolly
Patt Kelley
Agreeable Comics
Ming Doyle
Andrew MacLean
Logan Faerber
Glen Ostrander
Free Lunch Comics
Joe DellaGatta
Ken Bastard
Jawart Illustration
Dandelion Studios
John Cardinal
Andrew Houle
Michael Crockett
Eric Ratcliffe
Douglas A. Sirois

Jolly Rogue Studios
Shelli Paroline
Braden Lamb
Maris Wicks
Dan Khanna
Dani Mari & Jessica Vitali
The Fictory
Christian Sager
Framingham State
Univerity Illustration

TJ Dort & Joe Haley
John Hughes
Roger Andrews
Zombiebomb! Presents
Cesar Feliciano
Liz Prince
Ninth Art Press
Ted Woods
Juli Mayers
Mike Pecci's

Black Label Comics
Dave Elliott
Rich Pellegrino
Blacklist Studios
Geeky Pinups
Scott Hamilton
Know No Truth
Comic Book Artists Guild
Andrew Driscoll
Mike Doherty
Sandy Jimenez
Anne Cain
Wilson Ramos Jr.
Eric Rivera

1725 Studios
Estevan Vega
Super Knocked Up
Noah Barrett
Incubot Productions
King Megatrip

FossFest stage of Carnaval@SomerStreets

Artists and craft vendors are wanted for the FossFest stage of Carnaval@SomerStreets on Sunday June 3rd from 12pm-4pm, a day filled with arts, music, and family activities. The City of Somerville SomerStreets program allows residents to explore the City by shutting various streets to promote safe walking, running, biking routes in various locations throughout the City. A portion of Broadway in East Somerville/Winter Hill will be closed for the Carnaval event, and the FossFest stage will be along the portion of Foss Park that spans Broadway from McGrath Highway to Fellsway West. The vendor fee is just $20 for a 10X10 display area, table and chairs.

For more information or to participate, please complete the form at http://fossfest.com/vendors/ or email for more information.

Request for Proposals- Guest Artists for summer programming at Raw Art Works in Lynn


The Professional Practices Class at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts present "Bricolage": a pop up exhibition, one night only Saturday, APRIL 21, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at 535 Albany Street in the South End of Boston. The talented group of graduate and undergraduate students have transformed this space for the one night with sculpture, painting, photography, video, and many mixed media works. Enjoy the show and meet the many talented, young SMFA artists. This is one not to be missed!
Artists in the show include:

Nate Barsanti Will Oritz
Doyle Bley Heather Renken
Lauren Coulson Molly Segal
Ivor Scott Cummings Qing Song
Jasmine Higbee Zach Stanchfield
Miro Hoffman Lindsay Tomlinson
Helena Hsieh Izzy Vanhall
Daniel McNamara Natalie Vergara

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Mass Art Graduate, Jon Siegel, Featured On Flickr's Blog!

(photo by Jon Siegel)

"Chasing light and color, finding that “moment”. I never leave home without my camera, much like I never leave without my shoes. Photography has given me a means to express myself in ways I never could through other creative mediums. Through photography I try to weave a loose narrative that tells the tales of my travels and life. It is the story of complete strangers, dark alleys, neon lights, the dim glow of the late hours, and anything else that catches my eye."- Jon Siegel

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Hack Together: Installation Buildathon Sculptures!

Artist, Michael Dewberry, built a spinning light sculpture that can be controlled wirelessly with the help of his iPhone.
Kadaar Kumar and his assistant Faizan Ahmed built sound sensitive light sculptures.
Kadaar beatboxing in the dark room, demonstrating how his sculpture works:
Overall, the event was very cool. We were very impressed with the projects, especially since they created these pieces in such a short span of time.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Hack Together: Installation Buildathon

"What happens when you put a group of hardware hackers in a DIY wonderland for 24 hours? We're about to find out at the first ever Hack Together: Installation Buildathon!

On April 1st, up to ten teams will spend 24 hours building installations at Artisan's Asylum in Somerville. When they emerge, a panel of esteemed judges will choose a winning team to set up their installation, physical or digital, at one of the awesome music venues during Together Festival, April 2nd-8th, a celebration of Music, Art and Technology.

The installation can be anything from LED displays, projection art, music-themed living sculptures, whatever your mind designs! Artisan's Asylum offers an immense array of tools, including a CNC mill, lathe, TIG welders, soldering stations and more. See
http://artisansasylum.com for more information on the location."

The Boston Artists Blog has had the honor of getting a little tour of the Artisan's Asylum with one of the celebrity judges, Casey Desmond! We met some artists at work, and also got to see the beginning of the buildathon projects! How exciting! Here are a few photos:

A robot at one of the Artisan's Asylum's spaces

Custom bicycles at one of the Artisan's Asylum's spaces


Email BostonArtists@gmail.com if you'd like to illustrate the banner of our blog! ^_^