Adrian R Tio has exhibited nationally as well as regionally in drawing, painting, and printmaking for over 40 years, and has conducted workshops on mural painting, papermaking, and the book arts.
Alissar Langworthy is an oil painter specializing in large-scale canvases. Her practice spans 30 years, and more recently, her abstract paintings have been partially influenced by experiences from life at sea as a maritime captain of a research vessel.
Alyson Therrien is an artist, writer, and reiki master who creates mandala art using found beach stones, plaster, paper, ornaments, and virtually any decorative object. Her body of work also includes photography, architectural illustration, and works in acrylics, pastel, and watercolor.
Amanda Medas is an artist and art therapist based in New Bedford. She is a member of the American Art Therapy Association (AATA) and works with various mediums including found objects, paints, oil pastels, and more.
Anthi Frangiadis is an architect and shop owner of The Drawing Room at 36 North Water Street, which features original, handcrafted work by New England artisans, with a focus on quality craftsmanship whether you are looking for artful gifts or a statement piece to hang on your wall.
Boston Maki is a New Bedford-based street artist known for affixing murals throughout the city and his tag “Big Brother” that resembles actor Tom Selleck with its mustache and aviator sunglasses.
David Stephan Graves is a designer, photographer, maker and art educator from Southeastern Massachusetts. His work explores materiality and social issues in tandem, including topics of waste, temporality, identity and mental health with both traditional and experimental making processes and mediums.
Deb Ehrens uses her camera to create contemplative and painterly imagery. Her photography captures the ephemeral and artful moments hidden in the everyday and is a view into the unexpected rhythms and patterns in the natural world.
Denn Santoro Fine Art Photography’s photos concentrate on the interplay of angles and shapes and light. He composes with a point of view that is intended to confound the viewers’ normal perspective and view of the world.
Design Art Technology Massachusetts Institute (DATMA) presents contemporary art with the convergence of design, art and technology through exhibitions, performances and education for all ages and cultural backgrounds in the SouthCoast region and beyond.
Environmental Alchemist, Rhonda M. Fazio is the founder of Dyer Maker Studio specializing in natural color and sustainable textile design. A transportable maker space based in the South Coast, offering educational workshops -“Dyeing to Wear It” and “Teaching through Textiles” – for secondary schools and adults, taught regionally and abroad.
EDEN SOARES is an artist, illustrator, muralist, and graphic designer. A graduate of the Hall Institute of Technology, Eden has a love and passion for the less privileged members of our communities.
Elin Noble is a master artisan of myriad fabric art materials and processes, including complex quilting, shibori resist dyeing, and the technique known as kyokechi. She is also an award-winning author of Dyes & Paints: A Hands-On Guide to Coloring Fabric.
Elizabeth Gouveia is involved with the Encompass Community for Independent Learning located at Friends Academy. They provide experiential offerings and free or affordable resources to support homeschool families and life-long learners of all ages.
Erik Durant is a figurative sculptor residing in New Bedford. Durant’s personal work is a quest to understand the human condition. As a sculptor his main interests lie in gesture, movement, and pose.
Hatch Street Studios is New Bedford’s largest community of visual and performing artists in the city’s North End. Working in a variety of mediums, Hatch Street artists create a vast array of traditional and contemporary works.