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 Fenway, Symphony & Jamaica Plain that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
I’ve rediscovered my love for children’s stories and illustration thanks to my two-year old daughter. My style has always lent itself to children’s book illustration, and I see the world in new ways with her and am exploring what that voice and vision is. Read more>>
I’ve been spending my time since then getting back to the heart of music. I’ve also started my on studio and production company, getting placements in movies, and tv and working with artist. I feel like 2018 is just the beginning and soon I’ll bringing all my dreams to fruition. Read more>>
I’m a self-professed camera nerd that loves going to the movies. I try to shoot as much as I can, meet as many unique and talented folks as possible, and just try my best every day. Read more>>
I’ve been making a lot of work and exhibiting, I began as a fairly realistic oil painter, taking a conceptual stance on traditional modes of portraiture and landscape painting. Read more>>
Drawing, art and cartooning were the things I was noticed for at an early age, so it didn’t take much to keep me motivated and working hard to improve my skills. Read more>>
I want to capture the beauty around me, I’ve realized that I do not necessarily want to capture it for myself anymore, but instead desire to show everyone around me their own beauty and the beauty in the world around them. Read more>>
Throughout my life, I was always drawn to art of all kinds. I have an artistic eye that simply does not allow me to view the world any differently. Now, as a student in a BFA Graphic Design program, I have dedicated the rest of my life to these practices. Read more>>
Along with art making, I developed a curatorial project, The Gym, paralleling an art practice with a work out regime, allowing artists to turn my apartment into a rotating gallery. Read more>>
When I graduated MassArt in Boston in 2013, I was a little nervous pursuing the creative field as a newcomer. I wanted to be hired for my unique contributions to the art and film world, but didn’t know how to break through he door. Read more>>
As a child, my constant refrain was “I want to make something”. When I was old enough, I would ride the subway in to Manhattan to visit art museums. Read more>>