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 Quincy that we hope you will check out, follow and support.
I vividly recall having experiences with synesthesia, as far back as I can remember. For me, sounds have always triggered involuntary visual responses. Read more>>
My paintbag is rite there with me,Im ready to chase some light and answer inspirations call with a quick painting anywhere on this entire coast!! Im a pleinair addicted full blown PAINTJUNKIE!!! Read more>>
I’ve always been interested in art, specifically cartoons. I loved american cartoons as a kid, but I was always much more interested in Japanese animation (or anime). Read more>>
My musical career began in the 3rd grade with the saxophone, but I was never very good at that one. At the age of 12, I heard Black Sabbath and that changed everything. Read more>>
Establishing a presence in New York she has taken part in NYC Art Mora’s residency program and Dacia Gallery NYC intensive residency program. Her work has been shown at the Fountain Art Fair, Clio Art Fair, Fridge Art Fair, Affordable Art Fair NYC, The WAH Center and Call for Chelsea. Read more>>
As an Emmy award-winning Producer, I’ve been in the background coordinating, scheduling & organizing most of my career. Starting in the TV & Film industry in 2007, I learned to perform well under pressure and became an effective problem-solver… Read more>>
Jess Hurley Scott
Many people have asked me how I paint in reverse, building the painting from the top highlight backwards. Strangely, I never thought of it, but I did discover in college I was a classic dyslexic. Read more>>
Ivana D. George is an interdisciplinary artist working with photography and mixed media. Her artwork originates from a conviction that great art not only is visually compelling but that it should also have a subject matter, a meaning, and an inspirational purpose in addition to the aesthetic value. Read more>>
My art journey started back in April of 2016. I saw a YouTube tutorial on spray paint art, it didnt seem to difficult. After my first attempt I was hooked. Read more>>
I’m originally from North Myrtle Beach South Carolina. I moved here to the south shore area to join The Elovaters and play bass. I’ve been in this scene 9 years starting out with a band I was in called TreeHouse! Read more>>