Artists and Makers

Artist Emelia Dubicki

Emilia Dubicki’s abstract paintings hint at reality—whether intentional or not.

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In the Studio with Vani Sayeed

Interior designer Vani Sayeed creates artwork and interiors from her Newton, Massachusetts, studio.

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Liz Roache’s New Collaboration with Pierre Frey

  Artist Liz Roache sits at one end of an infinitely long drafting table, wearing a custom orangey-red (her favorite…

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Ceramicist Warner Walcott

Warner Walcott’s vessels, bowls, platters, and lamps are the ceramic equivalent of the little black dress: sophisticated, essential, and timeless….

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Painter Matthew Chamberlain

Portland painter Matthew Chamberlain layers found objects, paint, and graphite to create works that look like they’ve been around a while.

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Sarah Lutz: A Deep Dive

Sarah Lutz has been painting a shape she calls a “morula” (a mass of cells that occurs in the early…

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Liz Dexheimer: A Sense of Place

Liz Dexheimer’s lush paintings invite the viewer to explore the relationship between the observable and the ethereal.

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Sandra Allen: Branching Out

Her subject: trees. Her materials: simple pencil and paper. The result: complex, nuanced drawings of the planet’s oldest living things.

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Annie Selke: Material World

A renovated old woolen mill in the Berkshires serves as home base for legendary textile designer Annie Selke.

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Frances Palmer: Sculpting Beauty

A visit to artist Frances Palmer’s private studio and garden in Weston is like traveling to another world, one that…

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Dumais Made: Slab Happy

It isn’t every day that you get to reset your GPS, take a path you missed the first time around—and…

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Melissa Glorieux: Aster B.

To bring both beauty and meaning to the holidays, Melissa Glorieux heads into the woods.

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Cynthia MacCollum: Only Natural

A New Canaan printmaker doesn’t have to go far to find the local flora that inspires her art.

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M. Benjamin Herndon: Fade to Black

Don’t be misled by the absence of color. M. Benjamin Herndon’s art is complex, expressive, and deserving of its critical acclaim. 

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Amy Genser: Micro Becomes Macro

A devastating personal loss changed Amy Genser’s approach to life—and with it, her artistic career.

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