Featuring: Hatnim Lee, David Mattox, Nicholas Rhodes & Renée Ricciardi
Hatnim Lee is a commercial photographer working up and down the east coast. She is a 2005 graduate of Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington D.C. Lee recently received the 2015 PDN Photo Annual award for her personal work. - http://www.hatn.im/
David Mattox is a photographer and Alaskan commercial salmon fisherman. After graduating from Oregon’s University of Portland in 2004 he took a job fishing off Alaska's coast which continues to inspire his work. -http://davidmattox.com/
Nicholas Rhodes né Nicky Digital has been documenting nightlife in New York City and beyond for over a decade. Rhodes has become the go-to photographer for festivals including Coachella, Electric Zoo and Together to name a few. - http://nickydigital.com/
Renée Ricciardi is a Boston-based artist and photographer. She is a graduate of MassArt and was the 2013 recipient of the Morton Godine Travel Fellowship. In 2015, Renée was awarded a photography fellowship by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. - http://reneericciardi.com/
"Drillboy, Mr. Good & Holding Headless Cowboys” - 28x42” - Mixed Media Collage Award winning Boston based artist, Keith MacLelland, is proud to announce his upcoming solo exhibition at The South Rotunda Gallery in the Hynes Convention Center. Inspired by 1950's heroic Hollywood cowboys and today's technology immersed culture, MacLelland is known for his eco-conscious colorful contemporary mixed media cowboy collages. From empty cracker boxes to junk mail, he sees overlooked everyday discards as exciting materials to incorporate into his pieces. MacLelland keeps up with the latest fashion trends and adds decorative elements such as rhinestones, glitter, and silver studs. This show is a must see, and it is open to the general public.
February - May, 2014 Artist’s reception to be held on March 24th from 5-7PM The South Rotunda Gallery is open seven days a week from 8-8pm (visitor badges are required) 900 Boylston St Boston, MA 02115
East Boston, MA: The World Peace Mural Tour will make its way to Boston for a special 4th of July Independence Day installation of a “Handwritten Mural” by renowned Miami artist, Renda Writer. The artist will install a “World Peace” mural on the main exterior wall of Iglesias Bautista Sendas de Fe in East Boston (316 East Meridian St., Boston, MA 02128) on July 4th, starting at 10am. The mural will include the phrase “WORD PEACE” spray-painted repetitiously, in a patriotic mix of red, white, and blue. For more details, check the World Peace Mural Tour Facebook Event.
Boston is the first stop on the “World Peace Mural Tour.” The five-city tour will make its way to Detroit in late July and will then head back East to create murals in Philadelphia and Washington DC in August and New York in September.
The World Peace Mural Tour is an artistic campaign and an ongoing art installation project aimed at enacting worldwide change through the power of the written word and the energy behind the w…