Taking a break from my daily Boston life, I rode the T to Cambridge last week to visit an unusual art gallery called Le Laboratoire. The friendly folks over at Le Lab don’t think of themselves so much as an art gallery, but rather as an “interdisciplinary culture lab.”
The last couple of weeks here in Boston went more or less like this: Rain. Rain. Rain. Cold. Wind. More rain. More rain. Rain again. Cold. Wind. Drizzle. Rain. Drizzle.
As an artist, it’s fun for me to find new ways of showing the city through my eyes. I have taken a lot of photographs on long walks around town, and around 2009 I began to experiment with painting them.
There are a few pieces of public art in Boston that you have to look way up to see. They’ll be leaving us after October.
I personally never thought this swath of greenery known as the Rose Kennedy Greenway would ever be anything more than a glorified median strip, but I was wrong.