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"I enjoy creating my own art ;photography exhibitions' and thinking, reading, and writing about a variety of topics. I am a photocurator and photohistorian at Boston's Photographic Resource Center. I am broadly engaged in all kinds of light-sensitive media and am a habitual link and fact-sender. This blog is an attempt to keep it all in one place."
Companion website to weekly television program featuring visual, performing, literary and media artists. Poetry and video shorts submission accepted.
45 select exhibitors offering a wide array of Fine Art and Design from the beginnings of the 20th Century to today.
Custom wall murals by local New England artist for commercial or residential space.
Contemporary American and European art; modern master paintings and prints.
14 Newbury St.
Devoted to the art of photography using digital and traditional techniques. This site is for photographers who want to learn more about photography, or to discover what others are doing in the New England area.
A contemporary art gallery featuring original paintings and sculpture by nationally and internationally renowned artists whose art styles range from super realism to abstraction.
129 Newbury St.
"We exhibit contemporary works on canvas and paper and also sculpture and fiber art."
535 Albany St, #3B.
Art Attack is a contemporary gallery that features an eclectic mix of from jewelry, furniture, photography, and traditional paintings and drawings.
108 Beacon St.
Between Inman and Harvard Squares (near Dali and Evoo)
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Resource site for artists
A listing of artists in Roslindale.
AFH's mission is to bridge the city's economic, racial and social divisions, and to restore our urban neighborhoods at the grassroots level, by using art and the creative process to join the future-our young people-with our economic life force-the business community.
"A-a-L features 4,000 square feet of space which includes a large open gallery, a workshop used for demonstrations, teaching and the sharing of ideas, a functional darkroom and two 'work only' studios for artists."
6 Webster St.
Sculpture park at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
"artSPACE@16 is a non-commercial gallery established. in 1998, with the common purpose of establishing a nonprofit objective to promote excellence in exhibition programming and related services to the community through the arts. The goal of artSPACE@16 is not only to provide a space for innovative contemporary art, but to also make Malden a city where artists can come together to construct a new creative community in Massachusetts."
Oils on canvas.
130 Bowdoin St.
Member-run art gallery.
80 Border St. (top floor)
Boston and New England watercolor prints and house portraits.
Contemporary paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture by emerging and established artists.
10 Newbury St.
Original drawings and paintings from life and imagination. Also offering drawing classes and open drawing with a model.
Contemporary art - painting, photography, sculpture, video.
450 Harrison Ave.
Links to member galleries.
Multi-purpose arts facility: Artists' studios, exhibit space, live theatre, and more.
Celebrating online art.
The Boston International Fine Art Show takes place at the Cyclorama at The Boston Center for the Arts each November, featuring 40 galleries from Europe, Canada and the U.S.
539 Tremont St.
40 galleries from the United States and Europe, offering a complete range of traditional to contemporary art. The Gala Preview on Nov. 21 benefits the Boston Ballet.
Blog of the Boston Photography Center, a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2004 to share ideas and knowledge, to educate, to mount group exhibitions, and to promote the advancement of the fantastic art of photography and photographers in Boston.
Not strictly speaking an art museum, the old wing of the main branch at Copley Square features a beautiful statue garden as well as a number of murals. Don't miss the main staircase in the old building. There is no truth to the rumor that an old lady once got lost and died while trying to navigate the intricate hallways between the old and new buildings. On Boylston Street in the Back Bay (take the Green Line to Copley or the Orange Line to Back Bay).
Free exhibits September-May, mainly of 20th century art.
Exhibitions and events from Boston University's School of Visual Arts.
Unique sculpture, fine art dolls and art objects.
Operates a gallery, sponsors an annual open-studios event, runs seminars and exhibits.
Artists-run gallery. Contemporary art in all media by New England artists.
27 Thayer St.
"The Brookline Arts Center is a non-degree school for the visual arts committed to stimulating individual creative expression and appreciation of the visual arts by providing high quality, affordable programming."
86 Monmouth St.
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Local Boston artist. Online gallery, current projects, Commercial & residential customized painting & interior design and sculpture.
Contemporary narrative, figurative and abstract paintings by prominent American artists.
129 Newbury St.
"Co|So, the oldest non-profit art association in the United States, represents more than 500 artist members nationwide. Co|So is dedicated to fostering interest in the visual arts through member exhibitions, educational outreach programs, workshops, lectures and the advancement of the careers of emerging and young artists."
158 Newbury St.
Multicultural online gallery and studio exhibiting emrging, professional, local and international artists.
Art exhibitions at Wellesley College.
Contemporary art and sculpture park. About 30 minutes west of Boston.
Classes and rentals for glassblowing, stained glass, kilnworking, coldworking, flameworking, neon, metal casting & fabrication. Also has an art gallery, "Gallery Diablo" on Tremont Street, which shows mixed media work by local artists, from students through professionals.
"We offer classes and demonstrations in glassblowing, stained glass, fusing/slumping, flameworking and metal casting."
123 Terrace St.
"DAC is a community-based organization that connects artists from every discipline with people who appreciate the arts, to support and expand the cultural life of Dorchester. "
Dorchester Community Center for the Visual Arts, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to offer stimulating and rewarding visual arts in Dorchester.
"Dot Art is the Dorchester Community Center fot the Visual Arts, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to offer stimulating and rewarding visual arts programs to everyone in Dorchester.
Our goals are to provide art programs to children, teens, and adults, to unite the community, and to make meaningful connections with major cultural institutions."
"Together we hope to expose the community of East Boston to the sophisticated contemporary art being made in its own backyard and to expose the artists of the region to a vibrant and eclectic community just across the harbor."
Founded in 1676. Arts classes.
"ExCL recycle center collects materials from business and industry like: fabric, tile, foam, paper, books, art supplies and office supplies, for use by teachers, artists, and creative people looking for inexpensive unique resources."
A Harvard museum, its strengths are in Italian early Renaissance, British pre-Raphaelite, and nineteenth-century French art. The Wertheim Collection features Impressionist and post-Impressionist work. Just off Harvard Square (take the Red Line subway to Harvard Square).
"Currently the main activities of FPAC are artists lease negotiations for the 33 floors rented from the Boston Wharf Company; advocacy for Fort Point artists in relation to the Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, the South Boston Seaport Master Plan and the Convention Center; exhibitions in the FPAC Gallery and the annual Open Studios weekend."
"Our mission statement is to promote public awareness of the historic, cultural and architectural significance of Fenway Studios located at 30 Ipswich Street. Additionally, the FFS labor to raise funds for the historic restoration, preservation, and maintenance of the distinctive architectural features of the Fenway Studios building."
Contemporary art gallery and art advisory services.
129 Newbury St.
Artist-funded and run gallery in the Green Street MBTA station on the Orange Line in Jamaica Plain.
"In support of the visual arts, ALMA hosts frequent exhibits of contemporary artists either of Armenian decent or Armenian subject matter. The exhibits feature the works of artists from all over the world."
Contemporary art gallery that exhibits a mixture of local and national artists.
Contemporary painting, studio furniture, sculpture, photography, holography and works on paper from Boston and New England.
67 Newbury St.
The Gallery SBAA at 369 W Broadway is a collective of artists of the South Boston Artist Association including painters, photographers, musicians, writers and performers. Gallery is open Thursday through Saturday 11AM to 6PM
Monthly show on WGBH; site has an arts calendar.
Culture jamming group who proposes to awaken the sleeping consumer from a commercially-induced "American Dream". Started with a purloined Star Market cart.
Listings of galleries, artists and museums.
Contemporary art gallery,
New Market Square area.
2164 Washington St.
Newbury Street gallery, featuring contemporary art.
Contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, video and installation by established and emerging artists.
14 Newbury St.
"Bringing art to the neighborhood" through monthly mini-workshops, art technique demonstrations, or critiques - all presented by regionally- or nationally-known artists with a history of accomplishment.
On the South Boston waterfront.
Boston's modern-art museum. On Boylston Street in the Back Bay (at the Hynes/ICA stop on the Green line).
Gardner was a true Renaissance Woman - somewhat to the chagrin of her staid 19th-century contemporaries. Gardner used her money on an art shopping spree across Europe, snapping up Titians, Vermeers and Giottos. Her will turned her mansion into a museum - and mandated that it be left exactly as it was when she died, right down to the cut-out figures she had installed to keep residents of the mansion company. Located within easy walking distance of the MFA.
280 The Fenway
"An arts incubator and arts resource providing arts funding, access to space, marketing and programming. The organization is to encourage the creation of visual, written, performing and electronic art forms."
2A Corinth St.
"The Jamaica Plain Artists Association is a group of visual artists in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, who make and promote art in the community. Our membership includes professional and amateur artists of many kinds - painters, printmakers, photographers, fabric artists, potters, and more."
Contemporary American art and appraisal services.
14 Newbury St.
Local artist's webpage, featuring white line (Provincetown) prints and mixed media art.
Boston artist who works mainly in paint and collage.
Book: 125 examples of Western art at the MFA.
Permanent exhibits include Flemish tapestries, Italian paintings from the 16th to 19th centuries and 19th-century European and American paintings. Boston College.
"Medicine Wheel is a non-profit public art organization inviting communities to join in large-scale art projects through youth employment, resident artists, and hope and recovery. Adult studio art classes run year-round in our South Boston workspace."
Contemporary paintings, plus paintings from the 30's , 40's and 50's.
8 Newbury St.
"Studio site for Meredith Garniss and the Willoughby and Baltic Studio in Somerville. Includes open studio schedule."
Davis Square, Porter Square
Contemporary art exhibitions at MIT.
A showcase for temporary exhibits of contemporary art
Featuring original photographs by Eugene Atget, Ansel Adams, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Walker Evans, Jules Aarons, Luis Gonzalez Palma and John Dugdale.
"The gallery is eclectic in what it shows, exhibiting painting, sculpture, photography and prints, ranging from abstract work to contemporary landscape."
228 Newbury St.
"As both an exciting, professionally run ceramics school and home to 18 clay artists, Mudflat follows its mission to promote and expand awareness and interest in the ceramic arts. Together, the school and studio form a dynamic community centered on a single medium and a shared creative process."
Boston's bigfoot art museum: The place to go for a taste of everything and for big-name traveling exhibits. Well known for its Egyptian collection, the MFA also has collections that cover everything from European and early-American masters to art of the Far East to silver and porcelain. It also sponsors seminars and films. Located on Huntington Avenue (E line on the Green Line trolley), about 15 minutes from downtown.
"We focus on artists who engage in the formal and conceptual dialogue on the evolution of contemporary art through their work."
535 Albany St., 3rd floor.
"The web directory of Artists who live in and/or have studios in Natick, Massachusetts."
"More New England art news and reviews than anyone else."
Web resources for artists.
"New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University offers college level courses and workshops at convenient times for a reasonable price in the following areas: graphic design, computer graphics, fine arts and interior design. We have BFA and MA programs."
Contemporary painting, drawing, prints, and sculpture by emerging and established artists.
179 Newbury St.
"OHT gallery, founded in 2001 by Kathleen O'Hara and Caroline Taggart, exhibits contemporary work in all media. Offering some of the most distinctive and adventurous current work, the gallery represents both emerging and mid-career artists."
450 Harrison Ave., 3rd floor.
Contemporary paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs by established and emerging artists.
38 Newbury St.
Pen, ink and watercolor portraits of your home, business or pet. Custom notecards and postcards from the portraits are also available. Hanover.
"Art gallery featuring photography and other fine art media."
13 Forest St.
Photos and descriptions of some 20 public murals and sculptures in the Boston area. Requires Flash.
Representing contemporary American, European, Asian and Middle-Eastern paintings, graphics, sculpture and ceramics. Also represent Inuit carvings, West African and Southern African artifacts.
171 Newbury St.
"Restoration and conservation studio specializing in repair and conservation of a broad range of fine art objects."
9 Mystic St.
"Important vintage and contemporary works by renowned photographers."
38 Newbury St.
Contemporary art on the Brandeis University campus.
Contemporary art on the campus of Brandeis University in Waltham.
Annual fall event in which local artists open their studios to the public.
"The Roslindale Studio showcases the unique artwork of Marty, Judy, and Michael Ulman."
32 Pinedale Rd.
"Fifteen years ago a group of artists came together to form what is now known as Saxonville Studios. They located themselves in the heART of Saxonville, Framingham's historical 'Soho' neighborhood village in the old Roxbury Carpet Company mill building on the Sudbury River."
Artist gives out free monster art in exchange for a promise to "smile at random people more often."
Regional art center south of Boston that offers four terms of courses and workshops per year as well as revolving exhibitions and an annual arts festival on Father's Day weekend.
"South End based artist Jeff Hayes' thoughts about the arts, the creative process, and previews of work in progress and recently completed work."
Boston based online art dealer representing children's book illustrators in the sale of their original story book art.
The Nave Gallery is a collaboration between ARTSomerville and the Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church. Run and staffed completely by volunteers, the Nave provides an important new exhibition space for both local and regional artists.
near Teel Sq and Tufts University
"Am I the only artist in Allston?"
A website featuring original oil paintings by Boston-based Irish artist Seamas Culligan.
Handmade ceramic art and photography.
"Todd McKie is a Boston artist whose work is both colorful and seriously witty."
Artists' community and studios. Somerville.
Non-profit organization seeking to create and promote opportunities in the arts and cultural mainstream for people with disabilities.
Shows change frequently, and there are events such as Sunday morning drop-in life drawing sessions. Accessible via the Red Line Davis Square T stop.
"Alan Nidle and Karen Boutet founded Zeitgeist in 1994 with the modest intention of running a traditional neighborhood gallery to showcase local artists, but their mission took a rapid swerve when the art space was immediately adopted as an autonomous zone for creative collaboration by eclectic musicians, artists, performers and filmmakers on the fringe who couldnąt fit into mainstream venues."
1353 Cambridge St.
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