Beverly Sky's work is in the collection of decorative handmade paper/pulp painting at the Thomas J. Watson Library at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY. A detail of this pulp painting has been selected as the marquee art for the exhibition Decorative Papers: A Selection of Publications. The exhibition is a selection of treasures from the library's collection that … [Read more...]
Highlighting the work spaces and creative processes of individual artists.
Artist Nilou Moochhala has embarked on a heartfelt work, "Reflecting on our Pandemic Experience: A 2021 Public Art Project". The work consists of 100 mixed media drawings printed on meditation flags at Menotomy Rocks Park, 129 Jason Street, Arlington along with 26 meditation flags hosted at Kickstand Café, 594 Mass Avenue in Arlington’s Cultural District. Here's a peak into her … [Read more...]
Linda Bond (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow '13), moves us through present times by sharing her pandemic journal. As we all try to make sense of what it means to be alive during this plague, ArtSake is forever grateful for the voice of artists that endure through moments of great trials. Like most artists, I have had a number of professional opportunities cancelled … [Read more...]
ArtSake recently threaded our own needle by connecting with Marjorie Forte (Mass Cultural Council Drawing & Printmaking Fellow '20) and her expressive embroidery work. Thread is a simple thing found in every home. As a material, it evokes memories of handwork done by our grandmothers, binding the past with the present, speaking across generations. As a means of … [Read more...]
Originally from Moldova, Dorchester self-taught artist Natalia Mirabito paints en plein air and in the studio. As a means to see beyond her own reduced mobility, Natalia communicates her experiences of nostalgia and vibrancy felt within the natural world. From time spent in New England mountains and national seashores, she reflects on her and her viewer's mobility challenges by … [Read more...]