Tag Archives: Boston

Loretta Park – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. I create work that combines the flatness of two-dimensional paintings and the tactile nature of three-dimensional sculptures. I’m constantly playing with different materials and art-making processes. I use various methods such as sewing, braiding, painting … Continue reading

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Diana Jean Puglisi – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. I produce evocative installations that respond to the impermanence of our body and our memory.  My recent works investigate the anxiety created by waiting for something to emerge that won’t show. Instead stillness, quietness, … Continue reading

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Adam Matak – Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make drawings, paintings and sculpture which create environments that complicate notions of cultural value and the function of historic objects.I work in a visual style with the idealization somewhere between a graphic novel, … Continue reading

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Eric Stefanski – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. I make large provisional sculptures and paintings that operate in the area where art history and my personal background overlap. Tell us about your background and how that has had an influence on your … Continue reading

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Ashley Cummock-Rose – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work explores personal narratives that revolve around the choices we make at key life junctures. Currently, my artwork represents a means for me to explore my alternate selves who did not chose to … Continue reading

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Sable Matula – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work is based on texture and curiosity. I transform ordinary materials, such as yarn, plastic bags, and cotton to  create  new surfaces. I want my viewer to vaguely recognize what they are looking … Continue reading

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Rachel Eng – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. When I search the word “small” in the thesaurus many words associated with insignificance and being inappreciable come up. Why is something that is described as small associated with being unimportant? I think the opposite; the … Continue reading

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