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Getting Ready for Open Studios

South End Open Studios Boston

This weekend is the annual Open Studios event in Boston’s South End. This 2-day neighborhood-wide event features 200 participating artists inviting you into their studios. Here’s more about that.

To prepare, I’ve been working on something I’ve been wanting to put together for ages — a catalog book of my art prints. I can’t possibly fit all my prints on my studio walls (not to mention the expense of having them all printed), so I really needed an in-studio catalog for visitors to see.

After working on the files all week, today was print day.  After a few glitches with my files and the print cartridges, things finally came together. Tonight I’m putting the book together and it’s really exciting!

I also designed a new 4 foot x 2 foot banner (below) for my studio building. It was a thrill to watch it inch its way out of the printer, mainly because I was so happy with how well the color came out.

South End Open Studios Boston

My prints are done by Mark Peterson, a Boston-based photographer whose studio is down the hall from me at 450 Harrison Avenue. I’ve been working with him for 5 or 6 years now and he’s fantastic. He’s also a fab photographer of urban environs — take a look at his work.

Have a great weekend, and if you’re in Boston, come on down to the South End for Open Studios. You won’t be disappointed!

Cheers,
Paula
Paula Ogier Artworks

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Hi there. I’m artist Paula Ogier. In this blog I write about about new works, projects in process, life as a working artist, life in Boston, and inspirations and challenges in growing an art business. I live and work in Boston's South End neighborhood. I'm fond of big cities, architecture, great imaginative spaces, talking to cats, food & drink, gardening, wandering around on foot, binge-watching well written shows, and of course, making art. Artist website: PaulaOgierArt.com. Twitter: Paula Ogier Artworks My studio is in Boston's SoWa Arts District at 450 Harrison Avenue, Studio 203.

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