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Submitted by paigemazurek on
I am a multidisciplinary artist working in sculpture, sound, photo and film. My work magnifies the visual memory and embedded feeling in everyday joys. It plays with subtlety and perception through color, light, surprise and humor. Memory and convergence are continuous threads throughout my body of work. My interest in collective memory and the interpretation of shared experiences has been shaped by my identity as a triplet.
Submitted by Lourdes on
Self-taught ever since I found Microsoft Paint! Specialize in illustrations, character design, animal portraits, and of course, colors.
I have worked with a few local businesses designing merchandise art for t-shirts, etc.
Please contact me at email@example.com with any questions. Thank you, and I hope you enjoy my work.
Please check out my link to my many works: https://lourdesmancini.artstation.com/
Submitted by carvenboursiquot on
Hi, I'm Carven!
I'm a local freelance content creator producing professional Photography, Video Production, and Graphic Design.
Whether you need a family photoshoot, promo video for your product/service, or a new logo design for your business,I am at your service...
Feel free to contact me to describe your project needs and how we can collaborate...
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Submitted by Jdegree on
Juliet Degree is a Vermont native artist. She is a graduate of Lesley University College of Art and Design (formerly the Art Institute of Boston) for photography. She has exhibited in Aviary gallery and in her BFA showing. She has also been published in Maps for Teeth magazine, Taking In, and on several online exhibitions through Lenscratch. She resides in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Submitted by Gretchen Ann Graham on
I seek to communicate the essence of Place in my work; to communicate our need for each other, and our relationship to the Other. I began photographing at the age of 16, and after pouring over a Christmas gift, Ken Heyman's "All the World's Family" in 1983, I knew my camera would never be far from me! I work primarily in 35mm format, using silver-based film, making my prints in a wet darkroom. Since 2011 I've included my cell phone—currently a Galaxy S4—as part of my tools.
Submitted by ChaoticBlackSheep on
Jennifer Weigel is a multi-disciplinary mixed media conceptual artist. Weigel utilizes a wide range of media to convey her ideas, including assemblage, costume, drawing, fibers, installation, jewelry, painting, performance and video. Much of her work touches on themes of beauty, identity (especially as it pertains to gender identity), memory & forgetting, and institutional critique. Feel free to check out more of Weigel's work on her websites here:
Painting & Photography
Submitted by joettamaue on
Joetta Maue is an artist, curator, and arts writer. Her most recent body of work is a series of embroideries and images exploring the conflicts and contradictions that exist within intimacy and the domestic space. Joetta’s work resides within the realm of the everyday, everyday objects, autobiography, and the female. She is especially interested in the role of personal relationships in our lives, seen in our most intimate moments and spaces.
Submitted by jimbaab on
Rapidly evolving smartphone photography has streamlined the way humans engage, document and share the world around them. The simplicity and convenience of my iPhone outweighs its limitations; and, it consistently boosts my creativity.
When engaging my world, most of the time, I am drawn to a quality of light. Additionally, overlooked accents in simple scenes inspire me to, as my wife puts it, "extract hidden qualities from the mundane."
Submitted by JoeMaxwell on
Based in Somerville, Massachusetts, Joseph Maxwell is an active photographer in the Greater Boston Area. Experienced in Event Photography, he is interested in using his skills to capture and document all occasions.