Jessica Bregoli is a sculpture artist, event planner, curator and landscaper. Her intent is to bring into focus both the beauty of nature and the results of our careless actions upon it. In her sculptures she wants to help change the way we treat this earth and each other by focusing on art and nature …
John Magnan Studio’s passion is to make things by hand. Sometimes the work is inspired by his observations of the world around him or helping someone else realize their personal vision through art.
John Middleton collects objects along the shoreline and brings them together in works that call attention to the dignity, beauty, and uniqueness of their transformations while offering them the opportunity to tell their stories.
Kat Knutsen‘s work is a cross pollination between drawing, painting, animation, computer graphics, fiber arts, and sound design. As a multimedia artist, her work fluctuates between different platforms ranging from fashion design to the animated film depending on the concept. Knutsen was one of the 148 selected artists worldwide to work on the 2018 Oscar …
Kate Frazer Rego is an artist and educator living in Southeastern Massachusetts. A graduate of UMASS Dartmouth and Boston University, Rego’s work has been shown nationally, including at an international performance art festival in New York City, NY in 2018, as well as the Cambridge Art Association’s Emerging Artist Exhibition in 2019.
Lasse Antonsen has curated and organized more than two hundred exhibitions. As an artist he has created installations at the Artists Foundation in Boston, the Whaling Museum in New Bedford, and the Museum of Natural History in Providence, and his work was included in exhibitions in Brooklyn, New York, at Proteus Gowanus, and in Jersey …
Laura Lee Franco’s sculpture for the 2019 Seaport Art Walk entitled “Triptych of Thaumatropes” was awarded Best in Show, and is located on the corner of Union and Route 18. She graduated from Bristol Community College in 2019.
Lauren Savoia’s work is driven by a personal reaction to different found man-made and natural materials. Organic, raw and often neglected objects play an important role in her creativity.
Lisa Elliott is a hand weaver and member of the Cranberry Country Weavers Guild. Elliott sells her hand-woven wearables and home accessories at the Made in Warren Artist Cooperative in Warren, Rhode Island.
Lori Bradley is inspired by the great mid-century feminist artists who recognized and honored traditional women’s decorative work by embracing all the pattern, the complexity, the bright colors, the swirling lines and shapes.
Material Creative Studio is a collaborative partnership between designers David Graves of Fall River and Meridyth Espindola of Quincy, offering affordable and hands-on creative workshops for communities across the South Coast.
Our client base is a diverse group ranging from large corporations & institutions to small businesses. Each job that comes out of the studio is custom-made & tailored to fit the client’s individual needs including budget structure. mediumstudio is driven by a philanthropic mission & specializes in the support of non-profit organizations & the creative …
Merri Cyr has worked as a fine art and commercial photographer since the early 1990s. Primarily focused on portraiture of musicians and artists, her clients include Disney, Apple, Columbia Records, Sony, Vimeo, Warner Brothers, Verve, Polygram, Rolling Stone, among many others.
Michael Pietragalla | Furnituremaker is an artist and craftsman who owns Floating Stone Woodworks, which is a custom furniture shop in New Bedford. He specializes in hand-crafted tables, bookcases, consoles, case pieces, benches and more.
Michelle T. Lapointe has been creating artworks of stained glass for more than 30 years. She is also a painter and photographer, working in a wide range of styles from fluid forms to hard-edged geometrics.
Midori Creativity offers creativity coaching to help you manifest your creative visions, featuring one-on-one sessions and creative project management along with workshops and retreats.
Milton Brightman’s paintings are lush with vibrant color and exacting detail. They are nearly all landscapes of some sort, be they dense city images, bucolic forest scenes, or nautical views. His work has been shown at the New Bedford Art Museum, The Federal Reserve in Boston, One Man Show, Bristol Art Museum, Gallery X and …