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Visiting Artists

 

Andrea Tamkin

Location:
Jamaica Plain

Website:
andreatamkin.com

 

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Andrea Tamkin

Andrea concentrated in painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and Tufts University. Since 1986 her work has been exhibited in many local galleries such as the Society of Arts and Crafts, the Bernard Toale Gallery, and in the Chuck Levitan Gallery in New York. Her artwork is in many private collections from Boston to Alaska and in corporate collections such as the Bank of Boston and The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

Whether it be a pet portrait,landscape or still life my observations are captured by responding to color, brush marks on the canvas,building the surface, and working intuitively. Trusting the process in hopes that my individuality, quirkiness and whimsey come through in the art work. I love experimenting with mixed media, building layers with acrylic paint and collage or using wax and oil paint to create encaustic paintings. In my paintings I've explored different surfaces, textures and medium, in the hopes that the end result will hold some surprises.

andrea.tamkin@icloud.com
andreatamkin.com

 


 

 

Richard Youngstrom

Location:
Jamaica Plain

Website:
RichardYoungstromMosaics

 

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Richard Youngstrom

Contemporary mosaic art is a durable, beautiful and practical art form for creating images, sculpture and household items. This style of mosaic art, called Picassiette, can transform lost, unwanted and discarded materials into pleasing images and useful objects, and keep them out of landfills.

On a more political level, this mosaic art reflects the diversity of our communities and the world around us. The images are made from shards of ceramic tiles, broken dishes, glass, stone, shells and found objects.

Like members of our societies, these pieces come from many places and incorporate a range of colors, textures, materials, shapes and sizes. Each piece is found and reclaimed, each piece is different from all the others and has a unique place and function in the larger work, and each piece sits in harmony with all the other pieces around it.

This show is a collection of recent work including images of landscapes: WINTER SQUALL, GREEN SCENE, GRAPE REFLECTION and 2D/3D WESTERN VIEW. DIVERSITY and CROSSROAD: CREATING, LEAVING BEHIND are more experimental, making use of different materials and methods, including reclaimed electronic circuit boards, fused glass and the use of broken tempered glass, sometimes called "crash glass", on collage.

www.RichardYoungstromMosaics.com
ryoungstrom@comcast.net

 

 

Infocus Camera Club

Location:
One Brigham Circle

Website:
photographicus


 

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INFOCUS CAMERA CLUB ANNUAL PHOTO SHOW 2017 May 1 June 30, 2017

Featured members:
NANCY AHMADIFAR
KAY MATHEW
WILLIAM JORDAN
DRAGAN GRUJIC
DOINA ILIESCU
STEVE JOHNSON

OPENING RECEPTION: May 5, Friday, 2017 7:00p-9:00p

Presented by Coffee Hour Series (CHS) - Art Program
website: www.chsgallery.com
e-mail: chsgallery@outlook.com

"Coffee Hour Series" Gallery Address:
J.P. Licks - One Brigham Circle
1618 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02120

INFocus Camera Club is located in Mission Hill, Boston. Our goal is to promote Photography in local communities and provide an environment for social and cultural exchange.

email: infocusclub@ymail.com
website: www.infocuscameraclub.com

 

Mei-Ling Ellerman

Location:
Wellesley Sq

Website:
MEI-LINGELLERMAN


 

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Mei-Ling Ellerman

Over the last 25 years, she has explored many forms of art including photography, painting, printing, drawing, figure-drawing, sculpture, portraiture, henna painting, and jewelry-making. Mei-Ling has taken multiple trips around the US to photograph wildlife. This photographic exhibition highlights birds that migrate to the Everglades and the Bolivar Peninsula/Galveston coastal area of Texas. The Great Egrets display spectacular feathery breeding plumage and green lores which occur only during breeding season. In August, she will take a trip to Utah and Yellowstone National Park to photograph landscapes and wildlife such as bison, bighorn sheep, and bear. New photographs will be posted on the website.

Inquiries and to Buy: meiling.ellerman@gmail.com

Website: WWW.MEI-LINGELLERMAN.COM

 

Roberta Diamond

Location:
Legacy Place

Website:
robertadiamond.com

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Roberta Diamond

My bold floral images evoke a connection to the works of famed painter Georgia O'Keefe; the focus is on the inner beauty of the flower itself, When looking carefully, one is able to see natural forms within the flowers - the fresh artistry of this collection revisits the pioneering "blossom" series by botanical photographer Imogen Cunningham, and softly-abstracted floral images by nature photographer Mary Ellen Schultz. Enjoy!


My digital color photography concentrates on the inner works of a flower and its magic. As a local Boston Artist, I try to bring beauty to the inner city as well as to the suburbs.


This is a sampling of my portfolio. Pricing and sizes to be discussed. I also can take the images and make greeting cards. You can view my images at www.robertadiamond.com or contact me at 617-417-4150

 

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

 

 

Eli Portman

 

Location:
Boylston St

 

Website:
eliportman.com

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Eli Portman

Eli Portman was born and raised in the Greater Boston area. He graduated from the State University of New York at Binghamton with a Bachelors Degree in studio art in the spring of 2014. Primarily focusing on drawing, Portman also experimented with oil painting and woodblock printmaking.

Since then Portman returned to the Boston area, where he currently lives. He has taught art to children grades K-8, and has hung his work in galleries, shops and cafes throughout Cambridge, Somerville, Brookline, Newton, Boston, Dedham, Chelsea and Quincy.

Portman has also done private commissions, and illustrated a children's book in late 2014. He currently sells his work daily from his storefront in the 'Out of the Blue Gallery' collective at 541 Mass Ave, Cambridge.

 


 

 

   

 

 
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