This week I wandered around my art studio building to see what some of the other artists were up to. I figured that, like me, most would be preparing for the South End Open Studios, an annual weekend-long event that starts tomorrow in our neighborhood. Here’s what I found…
For those who live in a bustling city environment, early Sunday mornings can be pretty special. The streets and sidewalks are mostly unpopulated. It even feels a little otherworldly to be one of the few who are out and about..
My weeks of late have been rather full and purposeful, as I zero in on completing various projects and goals. I took a break for a First Friday event, and snapped a few photos along the way.
When I first wrote about my South End Boston adult coloring book project, there were not yet adult coloring books cramming book store and art supply store shelves everywhere. Now, quite often there are. It’s been fascinating to watch the craze take hold in the process of making this book.
While going through some photographs, I came across some shots I took in 2009 of Shepard Fairey murals that had been plastered onto various exterior brick walls around town. I know that many people, including the Boston Police Department, saw his putting up of these paper murals as acts of vandalism. I’m not going to argue with that, but I did (still do) think they were beautiful.
Rowhouses, like so many of the mid-1800s era ones found here in Boston, often capture my imagination. And you know that delicious spy-like feeling of walking through your neighborhood just after twilight, when the lights are going up in homes…
Hello from my studio building in downtown Boston! Here’s a photographic glimpse into what’s happening here at 450 Harrison Avenue today.