Monthly Archives: December 2013

Reclaiming the Magic: First Night Boston

(The Man from City Hall, Mags Harries) Long before it served as a model for New Years Eve celebrations in over 200 cities across the globe, First Night began as a simple idea in the mind of local artist and … Continue reading

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ArtLifting

(Christian Science, Allen Chamberland) ArtLifting is a new online service launched by local brother-sister duo Spencer and Liz Powers, that aims to empower homeless artists through the sale of their artwork and to educate the public about art therapy programs. And it’s working. One … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-Up for December 13th, 2013

i cried to dream again x don’t wish it were easier x wish you were better 

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Impressionists on the Water

“Impressionism came about because it suddenly became apparent that pure colours mix in the eye in a more dazzling way than they have ever been mixed in paint.” -Joseph Plaskett The above image is of a studio boat that was created … Continue reading

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Brief Encounters

“I’m only concerned with that particular moment, the moment of the picture. I really don’t have any interest in what happens before or what happens after. And in a certain way, it’s a privilege that I don’t have to think … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-Up for December 6th, 2013

 inherent vice x never-ending chaos x by way of bangkok

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Call for Art: Drawn to Water

My friends over at the Fort Point Arts Community have asked me to jury their upcoming show, Drawn to Water at the Gallery at Atlantic Wharf in downtown Boston. Exciting! And you should be a part of it. Let’s discuss.

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Nighttime

“I find it so much easier to be creatively free at night. Daytime is for sleeping. Nighttime is the best time for making art. The later at night it gets the further into another world you go.” ― Mark Ryden  ♥

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