Art and Style


Paradise Postponed

Paradise Postponed

His own art took a back seat while he attended to a teaching career and family. These days, Rex Prescott Walden...

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Bright Outlook

At the slightest hint of a thaw, as soon as temperatures rise above the 50-degree mark, we start thinking about spring....

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Peter Sandback

Against the Grain

Furniture making may be an age-old craft, but artisans like New Hampshire’s Peter Sandback prove there’s always room for innovation and...

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Clear Intentions

Clear Intentions

Adam Waimon’s path to becoming an artist was, well, as clear and smooth as glass. With an artist mother—Connecticut printmaker Deborah...

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Furniture with Flair

Furniture with Flair

If the word oomph embodied furniture, just what would it look like? To Amy Rice, the answer is simple. “Traditional pieces...

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Christopher Churchill train tracks

Soul Searcher

Images of the ordinary take on a transcendent, almost mythic, quality through the lens of Boston photographer Christopher Churchill. A young...

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Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens

The People’s Garden

Big things—miracles, even—can grow from the smallest seeds. Back in 1991, Boothbay Harbor, Maine, storekeeper Rollie Hale, a self-taught gardener, was...

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Ted Acworth

Man and the Machine

Arty could drive you insane if you keep watching him. “Why doesn’t he stop, just for a minute?” you wonder. He...

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