Posts Tagged ‘boston


Back to Reality

So, I’m back in Boston.  It’s taken me about a week to get my legs under me again – between sleeping normal hours, starting back up on both jobs and just figuring out my day, I’m finally back on EST.  I’ll miss you Praha time!

With the crash back to reality has come a re-engagement with what’s going on in the US, or at least what’s going on in the world from the US point of view.  I’m reading news again, following things on Twitter, and bemoaning politics.  It seems that I shut that part of my brain off for the month long residency.  It was a nice break, but it’s also nice to be engaged again.  I sometimes feel like my brain has become swiss cheese, as it’s not used to juggling this many thoughts at one time anymore.  That break of just “art” “food” “get dressed” “sleep” “read” was wonderful and very uncomplicated.  I don’t think I really appreciated it until it was gone.

Anywho, just stopping by to say hi and regroup this side of the pond.  And on that note, I’ll leave you with a foolish photo of my furball who is back to being my full-time buddy.

MC Freddie Snuggles


Open Studios @ the Distillery

So, I’ve got a shared studio in South Boston, and we’ve got an Open Studios event coming up on June 6th!  I’m in studio 500.  Come check it out!!!  More info below:

Spring Open Studios at The Distillery

Sunday, June 6, 2010   Noon – 6pm, rain or shine
516 E 2nd St, South Boston
Free and Open to the Public

The Distillery in South Boston kicks-off the Summer Art Season of 2010 with its annual Spring Open Studios on Sunday, June 6th, noon-6pm.

As a long-standing focal point of the arts in Boston, The Distillery continues to support a community of high-quality artists and craftspeople.  Twice a year, this amazing and unassuming brick building in Southie proves to be a one-stop destination for art-seekers as dozens of studio doors open up to invite the public in.  Visitors can mingle with creative types, tour the unique environments in which various forms of artwork are produced, and make purchases directly from the artists.  In addition to art studios, live/work lofts, creative small businesses, and corridors which often serve as display space, The Distillery is also home to The Distillery Gallery and Proof Gallery.

Spring Open Studios at The Distillery is free and open to the public, rain or shine, noon – 6pm.  Public transportation is easy, take the Red Line to Broadway and walk eastward on West Broadway (less than a mile), left onto Dorchester St, right onto E 2nd St.  Ample street parking surrounds the property.  A detailed list of participants, directions, and contact info can be found at:

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