Interviews

Inside The Artist’s Studio: Maryfrances Gitto

Written by Arlene Chaplin The day I visited Maryfrances Gitto’s studio, the windows were open and there was a slight, quiet breeze trying its best to blow away the humidity.  The view from her studio is the best at Holliston Mill.  The trees provide shade and the soft...

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: Janine Gerade

Written by Arlene Chaplin:   Janine Gerade, jewelry designer, illustrator, teacher, graphic designer and painter, works in her studio at Holliston Mill.  Of all these many talents, her true passion is jewelry making. Janine’s studio is filled with color and...

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: Kathy Kelly

Written by Arlene Chaplin Kathy Kelly has been painting at Holliston Mill Studios for over two years.  She works primarily with oils, which are her passion, and occasionally with watercolor and pastels.  She has a B.A. in Art from Framingham University and studied...

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INSIDE THE ARTIST’S STUDIO: Naomi Deutscher

Naomi travels from her home in Newton as often as she can to indulge her creative spirit in her studio at the Holliston Mill. Her studio is a home away from home.  When invited into her studio, she welcomes you to sit on a weathered leather sofa, to set your glass on...

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INSIDE THE ARTIST’S STUDIO: Carlie DeGaetano

There is music in the background, but that is not the focus of the room.  It’s all about the color. Corals and lavenders, cerulean and ochres are feasts for the eyes.  The artist is sitting in front of an easel, a mix of acrylics on the palette.  It’s almost as though...

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Creative Process: Denise Driscoll

Recently, I invited five artists to work with me on a single large drawing, which was executed collaboratively and in public across three days. We were able to combine our efforts by externalizing our process and negotiating each step from beginning to end. This made...

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Creative Process: Dianna Vosburg

Above: Allegory of Oil, ash, asphaltum, and iridescent paint on board I was fascinated by the strange and terrible images of fires on the Gulf of Mexico when BP clean-up crews were setting oil slicks on fire. Smoke columns rising up into the sky appear often in my...

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