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Thought-Provokers: Back Bay, Beacon Hill, South End

Boston has always had an artistic soul.  The culture and heritage of our city, like most great cities, owes a tremendous debt to the arts community.  Supporting local art is something we care deeply about and we’d like to do everything we can to help the local arts community thrive.  Unfortunately, too often media attention is monopolized by corporate interests and tabloid gossip – but culture doesn’t come from a focus on celebrity breakups it comes from a focus on the arts.

Below, you’ll find some incredible artists from in and around Back Bay, Beacon Hill & South End that we hope you will check out, follow and support.

Joe Thomas

I first started taking photos when I moved to Boston to attend Northeastern University. I had never lived in a big city before, so I spent a lot of time exploring Boston’s many beautiful neighborhoods and photographing what I saw. Read more>>

Antoine Peux and Tony Bird

Our music was a blending of any styles we may have listened/studied, from classical to rock, going through jazz, world, contemporary classical, pop and electronics. After highschool, I started a new program at Gennevilliers National Music School to get my classical violin prize as well as a jazz program at IMEP Paris College of Music. Read more>>

Majesta Thorndike

My favorite part of teaching is that energy I feel when the entire class is breathing, sweating and flowing together, it is a great reminder that we are all connected whether on our mats or standing in line at the grocery store. Read more>>

Natasha Zupan

I was born into an artist Family. My father is a Landscape artist, Bruno Zupan, and as a child we travelled, and lived all over Europe seeking the “perfect” light. Read more>>

Liette Marcil

I have always said that I did not choose to be an artist but that ‘Art chose me’ and I have been the happier for it. I do not exactly remember when I first started to draw, because it seems as if I always have. Read more>>

Roger Kizik

My early exhibit history consisted of resolutely oversize abstractions that garnered a share of critical interest but were difficult to find homes for – my studio is as much mausoleum as abode. But over time I found platforms to satisfy my creative appetite – Read more>>

Meaghan Korbas

After graduating college I used some extra cash to buy a Canon T4i DSLR and started taking photos for fun. I mostly took my camera with me when I traveled and found myself taking photographs of random people on the street, which ended up being some of the most interesting photos I had ever taken. Read more>>

Alyssa Hiller

I planned to start capturing photos on my impending three-week honeymoon throughout Southeast Asia; however, a treacherous snowstorm approached a few days before the trip. I unpackaged my brand-new camera, headed outside my front door in Beacon Hill mid-storm. Read more>>

Andy Chen

I’m first and foremost and optometry student where I love interacting with patients and getting them to see the best that they can. I spend about 90% of my waking hours studying, learning, or practicing clinical skills to become the best eye doctor I can be. Read more>>

Eli Cedrone

As an international painting instructor I’ve managed to combine my love of teaching and travel. I’ve also been the recipient of several residencies and fellowships, which are a great way to paint and study at locations all over the world. Read more>>

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