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Visiting Artists

 

Orr Michaely

Location:
Jamaica Plain

Website:
orrmichaely.com

 

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Orr Michaely

Originally from Jerusalem, I've lived among a variety of countries and cultures for the greater part of my life.

I started exploring abstract painting after settling in the Boston area over a decade ago.

My work, done mainly in acrylic, varies in materials and techniques, but its most prominent character is the use of multiple textures and bright colors. My paintings are influenced by the cultures and landscapes around me and by those that remain only as memories.

Each painting begins without a preconceived notion of where it will eventually go. The process is a joyous one, a journey to a happy place.

Feel free to contact me through my website - www.orrmichaely.com, where you can see more examples of my work.

 

 


 

 

 

Michael Metcalfe

 

Location:
Boylston St

 

Website:
michaelmetcalfe.studio

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Michael Metcalfe

In my art, I strive to embrace the post-medium stridency manifest in medieval art, and movements such as Dada and Pop.

Thus my work attempts to bring together two major themes:

First, the metallic pallet of a world-view that is certain as was projected in visceral brutality by the Flemish Primitives.

Second, our contemporary, disparate icons scattered throughout the multi-media of popular culture.

Fusing past and present, my work uses images that are rendered in a reinvention of the popular Victorian pastime of decoupage. However, the Bourgeois delicacy of the Victorian drawing-room is replaced with visceral physicality and chaos.

In my work, I endeavor to draw in the viewer first with an emotional response, elicited at a distance, then engage the intellect upon closer inspection.

 

Anyah Lee Suderman

Location:
South Bay

Website:
anyahlee.com

 

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Anyah Lee Suderman

FINE ART * MURALS * ILLUSTRATION

Anyahlee has spent the bulk of her artistic career as a community artist, developing, revitalizing and directing art-based nonprofit programs in both DC and Metro Boston. She has worked with diverse communities to express social justice issues and to celebrate community identity through art, both in the studio and in public spaces.

In conjunction with art, she has many years experience as a professional guardian; advocating and coordinating care for elders with complex medical issues.

Currently her focus is on developing a jumpstart design firm that will house its own brand while developing marketing identity and creative strategy for new and existing businesses; serve as a platform for collaboration with a wide range of talents nationally and globally.

ALL WORK ON DISPLAY AT JP LICKS IS FOR SALE BY THE ARTIST

Original work is also available for sale as artist prints. Contact the artist directly for inquiries Anyahlee.arts@gmail.com www.anyahlee.com

 

 

Mindy Dutka

Location:
West Broadway

Website:
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Mindy Dutka
Dogs I Meet

Roaming the globe in search of every dog’s story through my camera lens. Honoring family dogs, capturing invincible bonds, inspiring animal advocacy. I am based in the Boston area, I photograph family dogs, out-and-about dogs, and shelter dogs.

Website: https://dogsimeet.com/

 

Stephanie Cohen

Location:
Coolidge Corner

Website:
scohenart.com


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Stephanie Cohen

A Chicago native, Stephanie Cohen earned her B.F.A. from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry from Tufts University, and is currently studying at the Tufts University School of Medicine. She has designed journal covers for World Neurosurgery. Her drawings articulate the idea that the human body relies on harmony and equilibrium. She creates technically intricate renderings that combine musical and anatomical elements.

 

 

Thomas Durand

Location:
West Roxbury

Website:
monkeysox.com

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Thomas Durand

Thomas H. Durand, originally from New York City, is a graduate of the Museum School of Fine Arts and an active painter and photographer in the Boston area. In addition to producing his own work, Thomas curates shows at JP Licks, public art locations, and sits on the board of JP Arts Council.

The sock monkey doll became Thomas's photographic subject after a particularly personal time of crisis. At the time these, hand made, depression era dolls were perfect figures to express the seemingly never-ending, raw emotions he was experiencing. Thomas's images are simultaneously playful, hopeful and even comforting. Between the images, their titles and the human experiences they evoke, there are often multiple ways of entering and engaging his work that bring tears to some and laughter to others. "My inspirations come from many places, which incorporate my thoughts on the human condition generally - on religion, nature, music, art history, American icons, social and current issues in addition to my own emotional demons and delights."

The black and white images are gelatin silver prints, hand printed by the photographer from the original negative. Each image is a limited edition and printed to archival standards on double weight fiber paper signed and numbered on the back. The color images (except the painted images) are similarly from original negatives printed by a professional color lab to archival standards.

No monkeys were harmed in the making of these photographs. More images and information can be viewed at www.monkeysox.com
thomas@monkeysox.com

 

 

Jamaal Eversley

Location:
Harvard Square

Website:
jamonit.carbonmade.com

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Through the use of minimalist pop abstractions, the goal of Jamaal's current series of paintings is to unlock the mind and arouse youthful emotions. He wants to challenge the viewer to be independent of thought and prejudice, and become audacious in allowing his or her inner emotions take charge. His hope is to help each Harvard Square J.P. Lickian reconnect with the innocence and freedom of their inner child and let their imaginations soar. After years of self discovery and an arduous search for the "Keys To Life", Jamaal has taken this turn towards straightforward conceptual designs to break art down into its simplest form and bring out the power of its relatability.


All art is for sale. You can contact him at 617 930 0275 or jmlevs88@aol.com and see more of his work at jamonit.carbonmade.com

 

 

Melissa Bertolino

 

Location:
Davis Sq

 

Website:
mbertolino.com

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Melissa Bertolino

Melissa Bertolino was raised in South Carolina and has a B.A. in Studio Art from Columbia College. She has lived in New England for the past twenty-five years with her husband and three children along with her chocolate lab Lucy and her rescue cat named Sizzle. Her studio overlooks nature that inspires her to paint everyday.


She is a member of the SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writer’s and Illustrators) and the GBIC (Greater Boston Illustrator’s Group). She is currently working on a children’s book that she hopes to be published. Her paintings are in private collections from California to Prince Edward Island.


“Why do we create? How could we not? We create something everyday whether we know it or not, and why not? It’s fun!”


www.mbertolino.com.
Instagram: Melissa.bertolino.
Email: melissa.bertolino@gmail.com

 

 


 

 

   

 

 
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