Writer/illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi brings his childhood obsessions full circle in an exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum.
The Layered Look
Boston multimedia artist Erica Licea-Kane uses a pastry bag to create “object paintings” with multiple layers of meaning.
The Life of Water
Multimedia artist David Teeple creates watery installations designed to examine our relationship with this precious resource.
Exploring Incidental Matters
Painter Julie Graham explores the unexpected intersection of art and architecture in her new exhibit, Incidental Matters.
Literary Structures in the Berkshires
Pittsfield architects Tessa Kelly and Chris Parkinson bring the tiny house aesthetic to writers’ studios via the Mastheads.
Oil Paintings Enter a New Dimension
Boston, Massachusetts, artist Lavaughan Jenkins unites painting and sculpture to create unique reconstructed figures.
This Watercolorist Thinks Big
Barbara Ernst Prey super-sizes watercolor, a medium often reserved for smaller works, for MassMoCA’s new wing Building 6.
Following the Tide
Seal Point painter John Walker paints Maine and its seacoast as he perceives it rather than as it necessarily is.
Cut and Paste
Marcus Ratliff uses the pieces of his previous four decades on Madison Avenue to create new art in his Vermont studio.