Weinport Creative LLC is a brand-centric, independently owned creative services company based out of New Bedford, MA. Through strategic thinking, research, and creative direction, they design intelligent and beautiful visual messaging that brings brands to life.
Tracy Silva Barbosa of Duende Glass is an artist of Azorean heritage who has worked with the world-renowned architectural glass artist, John Lewis, assisting with the glass marvels of the Oklahoma City Memorial and One World Trade, New York. Her artistic process uses painstaking layers of transparent color mixed with various images such as post-industrial …
The Landing | Laurie Botelho owned by Laurie Botelho and run by Manager Carlos Chamarro, is a little shop filled with local artisan wares in the heart of New Bedford’s Seaport Cultural District. They are located across the street from the #1 Fishing Port of America and Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Ferries.
Tabitha Harkin is a fine artist inspired by life in diverse places, traveling, nature, color, gardens, and the work of Marsden Hartley, Wolf Kahn, Paul Klee and Edward Gorey, among others. She also does graphic design, landscape and architectural work.
Susan Gilmore | ART is an art director, graphic designer, illustrator, and photographer primarily with Moore & Isherwood Communications, Inc. in New Bedford and Nantucket. She also specializes in landscape painting, 2-D assemblages, 3-D assemblages, and wire sculpture.
South Coast Surface Design (SoCoSD) is a new design studio in downtown New Bedford. The exhibits feature local surface design artists and introduce national and international artists to the Massachusetts and Rhode Island South Coast region.
S&G Project Gallery was founded by Denn Santoro to feature coherent bodies of work by artists. Artists often create a series of related works, bodies of work built around a certain theme, or collaborations with other artists on a theme or idea.
Roy St. C. Rossow is a painter who seeks to capture the poetic beauty of the landscape in its changing of light and time in his work. By drawing inspiration from his immediate environment, he becomes more aware of the subtle changes of light both natural and man made.