ARTmonday: Jealously Curated in Kendall Square

If you like my ARTmonday posts you are likely a huge fan of the Jealous Curator blog by Danielle Krysa

Now a collection of work by East Coast artists who have all been featured on  The Jealous Curator Cambridge are participating in Jealously Curated, an exhibition at Voltage Coffee & Art in Kendall Square. The show starts today, November 23, 2015 and runs through January 22, 2016.

Here is a sampling of work by nine artists taking part in the East Coast edition of Jealously Curated.

Portrait By Anna Jensen Jealous Curator

Anna Jensen, I Feel Too Much Thy Blessing, 2012
Acrylic on canvas
Anna Jensen describes her paintings as psychological landscapes that combine references to art history, pop culture,, natural science, and personal chronicles.


Airco Caravan, Possession of a Deadly Weapon, 2012
Oil on canvas
Airco Caravano lives and works in Amsterdam and New York. This painting is part of a series called “Crime Scene” and depicts a room at the Delaware Riverview Motel where an employee discovered a murder victim.

Floral Anatomy By JennY Brown Jealous Curator

Jenny Brown, Heavenly Organ
Ink, pen, and found collage on paper
Boston-born artist Jenny Brown earned an M.F.A. at the School of Visual Arts in New York and is currently based in Providence, Rhode Island.

Bicycle Painting By Taliah Tempert Jealous Curator

Taliah Lempert
Brooklyn-based artist Taliah Lempert studied at the New York Academy of Art and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Lempert combines her two passions: painting and cycling.

Contemporary Abstract By Zin Helena Song Jealous Curator

Zin Helena Song, Flat Polygon #2, 2015
Mixed media on wood
Korean-born, New York-based artist Zin Helena Song paints sharp-edged abstract wooden sculptures.

Divers Poolside By Jessica Brilli Jealous Curator

Jessica Brilli, False Start
Quincy, Massachusetts-based artist Jessica Brilli is  inspired by slides found at yard sales and in basements in New York and Massachusetts. She scours flea markets and antique shops for everyday objects.

Floral Lawn Chairs By Leah Giberson Jealous Curator

Leah GibersonFloral Pair, 2013
Acrylic over archival pigment print on panel

Leah Giberson was raised by artists deep in the woods of New Hampshire, but tends to depict scenes from suburbia.  She earned a B.F.A. in painting from Massachusetts College of Art in 1997 and has lived in Boston ever since.

Wood Pile By Jeremy Miranda Jealous Curator

Jeremy Miranda
Jeremy Miranda, who was born in Newport, Rhode Island and earned a B.F.A. from the Massachusetts College of Art, paints out of his studio on the coast of New Hampshire.

Portrait By Erin Fitzpatrick Jealous Curator

Erin Fitzpatrick, Sarah, 2013
Oil on birch panel
Baltimore native and graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art,Erin Fitzpatrick, began her current series of portraits in 2008.

All artwork courtesy of the artists. 

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ARTmonday: Mammoth & Company

I almost forgot to post today! It’s finally gorgeous on the Cape, though I actually spent the day doing chores, and recovering from the too much food and drinks with friends from the days before. I was checking my email and saw that online gallery Mammoth & Company just started following me on Twitter. Based in Victoria, British Columbia, Mammoth& Company was founded and run by artist Troy Moth. The site features original artwork and limited-edition prints from emerging and established illustrators, painters, designers, and photographers. The selection isn’t huge, but everything is lovely. Here are my ten picks.


On the Shore, Hagar Vardiom


Flowering Egg, Jenny Brown


Ready to Sweem, Hsiao Ron Cheng


Bridge, Jeremy Miranda


Savoy, Jessica Brilli

TJ Watt Moody Landscape Photo

Untitled, TJ Watt

Tom Edwards Forest Collage Artwork

Forest, Tom Edwards


Leichen 08, Klaus Pichler


Formal Gathering, Steven Riddle


Mend, YT Tommy Lee

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Interested in browsing + buying? Click here.

ARTmonday: 22 Artworks from Curate 1K

Norah Guignon‘s blog, Curate 1K, is simple. Every week she scours the web to find $1,000 worth of affordable artwork. The site is clean and simple, presenting a digestible number of thumbnails on each page. When you click into the artwork, she lists not just the vital stats, but the price and link to where you can purchase it. She’s not in business, it’s just a labor of art love.  And it is art I love.


Shapes and Shapes, Ashley Goldberg


Sabreens Day, Misha Blaise


Orb 5 (Long Island, New York), Carlo Van de Roer


Migration No. 14, Caroline Wright


Grow Light, Betsy Walton


Gator Love, Katie Barnhardt


Cell Division, Betsy Walton

Calder at the Nasher Alison Jardine

Calder at the Nasher, Alison Jardine


 7 to 4, Jenna Newton


The Wait V, Lydia Kim


untitled, Elizabeth Grubaugh

Flowers for Sissy Lulie Wallace

Flowers for Sissy, Lulie Wallace


Snip Jingle, Jenn Smith

Soon Eva Marie Magill-Oliver

Soon, Eva Marie Magill-Oliver


Solarium, Jeremy Miranda


Voyage of a Pink Moon, Elise Mahan


Well-Being 1, Valerie Roybal


Urban Storm, Aili Schmeltz

The Distance is Closer Ky Anderson

The Distance is Closer, Ky Anderson


Home Interior, Holly Careless


Stairway, Tarmara Thomsen

Cut Paper III Emma Lawrenson

 Cut Paper III, Emma Lawrenson

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