Leather work gloves, eyelets, wire, cord, Air Force flight suit.
Alaina Mahoney '10 BFA Painting, a graduate of the 2020 Providence Design Catalyst by DESIGNxRI has been able to shift and adapt her business even during the pandemic with the help of this program.
Destiny Palmer '10 BFA Painting reclaims space by transforming utility boxes into beautiful public art in Medford, MA.
MassArt alumna and faculty Destiny Palmer has been selected to create public art for the interior of the BCYF Vine Street Community Center in Roxbury. "Having Destiny’s artwork become a permanent fixture at BCYF Vine Street is a great way to celebrate the incredible talent and creativity that exists within Boston," said City of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
Xerxes Butt, a painting student as MassArt, is one of the artists behind the portable portraits of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Philando Castile, Tamir Rice, Mubarak Soulemane and Fred Hampton that have appeared at recent Black Lives Matter protests in Cambridge and Boston.
Above: Xerxes Butt painting a mosaic. Photography by Greg Cook.
The Boston Globe suggests visiting 13Forest Gallery for the in-person and virtual exhibition, "How've You Been," featuring the work of Painting Professor Andrew Fish, and alumni Eben Haines and Elisa Hamilton.