Never go to MassArt. Especially if you want to major in illustration. They will destroy any sense of self-esteem you hold, and what’s worse, they’ll destroy any sense of individuality your work holds. Don’t be lured in by the lower cost compared to private art schools. In the end you’ll still pay more than $15,000 to have a narrow-minded staff tell you repeatedly that you suck, without any constructive criticism as to why you suck. In their eyes, you just do, and they’re under no obligation to tell you why.
✨Completed the One-Week Sketchbook Challenge!!!✨ I made this sketchbook with @sorgie_artwork this past summer and I figured it was high time to complete it. Started on 11/22/16, finished 11/28/16 ✌️️Will be posting a sketchbook tour on #youtube very soon!! #oneweeksketchbook #oneweeksketchbookchallenge #sketchbook #instaart #art #mixedmedia #illustration #softpastel #coloredpencil #copic #copicmarker #watercolor #prismacolor #handmadesketchbook #instaartist #bianabova #artchallenge (at Massachusetts College of Art and Design)
Marion Bolognesi lives and works in New York City where she splits here time between design and her personal passion for expressive, illustrative watercolor painting. She received a BFA with a focus in Illustration from Massachusetts College of Art & Design in Boston in 2003 and has exhibited her paintings and work around the globe.
Instead of making accepted students wait for the “You’re in!” email, or agonize over a small envelope, the Massachusetts liberal arts college is going for some good ol’ face-to-face communication — and it’s working.