I am so excited to have a silkscreen print set for sale from Trifecta Editions! I made a a set of 26 musical letters based on great songs and awesome bands. This week you can preorder sets or letters in glow in the dark green, neon safety pink, or metallic blue. These make great gifts and it supports an outstanding Boston Print Shop.
Have you been searching for a unique holiday gift for someone too cool for school? Consider Fish McGill’s musical alphabet! MassArt alumni Fish McGill is one of the kindest, most creative thinkers we know. Don’t miss this opportunity to pass some of his creative energy onto someone special this holiday season! For 5 days only, now through Friday, you can order individual letters in a selection of spectacular colors from the musical alphabet. After this week, you’ll only be able to order the entire 26-letter set.
These letters make the perfect gift for audio aficionados, their offspring… and music lovers alike. Spell someone’s name, gift your Secret Santa their initials, or snag the letters that represent your favorite bands.
Give a gift that is truly educational… on so many levels. Select your letter(s), then choose from 3 different ink colors—metallic blue, neon pink or glow-in-the-dark teal.
Each letter is formatted horizontally and printed on smooth, heavy weight 140lb French Paper. Measuring 6×8″, these prints fit standard photo frames.
Bless This Mesh Curated by Helen Popinchalk & James Weinberg
March 5–March 28th, 2015
Opening Reception Thursday, March 5th, 7 to 9PM
Closing Reception Saturday, March 28th, 5 to 7PM
A survey of Boston area printmakers and print collectives featuring work by: AntiDesign, Elaine Bay, Dan Blakeslee, David Buckley Borden, Print Club Boston, Brian Butler, Cyrille Conan, Trifecta Editions, Josh Falk, Morgan Grenier, Khaldoun Hijazin, Imagine, Kems, Michele L’Heureux, Greg Lamarche, Dan McCarthy, Fish McGill, Llew Mejia, James Mustin, Kenji Nakayama, Faye Orlove, Helen Popinchalk, Gupi Ranganathan, Cash for Your Warhol, James Weinberg, Daniel White, Nick Zaremba, and Matthew Zaremba.
Last month I was invited by my friend Alice Vogler to help create a three part mural about the environment with youngsters at (one of my all-time favorite places) the Boston Children’s Museum. The mural project is presented in partnership with FOCUS (Forest, Ocean Climate and US) a program of the US Forest Service and Seeds of Hope. The project aims to help families learn about the natural world around us and how to be environmentally friendly. The three part mural consisted of “Water” by yours truly, “Land” by Silvia Lopez Chavez, and “Air” by Eugene Finney.
Alice and I met in advance with the other artists to go over logistics for the live painting event. Working with exuberant young artists on a mural like this poses some interesting challenges including:
How do you keep this interesting for the young artists?
How do we design the process to be fun and have the final piece be visually exciting for the viewers?