Thursday, October 23, 2014

Im going to be showing my work in Southie baby, come on by and say hi

Monday, July 21, 2014

New email about the billboards in Times Square and what is going to be shown. 

See Me

Hi Mouseizm,

Congrats! Your work is going to be displayed in Times Square! The show is this Thursday, July 24th from 8-9pm!

Here's your images that are going to be featured:https://Mouseizm.see.me/post/3209837https://Mouseizm.see.me/post/3087633,https://Mouseizm.see.me/post/3088084https://Mouseizm.see.me/post/3423392

The billboards are located at 46th St. and Broadway in the heart of NYC.

We'll be photographing the show, in case you can't make it. We're also working on sending everyone exactly what time their work will be shown, but we haven't finished that yet.

Such incredible work deserves to be seen, congrats again!

Thanks for making the #SeeMeTakeover possible, we can't wait!

Stay creative,
SeeMe

Friday, June 6, 2014


A Collection of Figurative and Portrait Art

JULY 5 – 27, 2014


OPENING: Friday, July 11, 6:00 - 9:00 pm PM


ON VIEW: Fri: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Sat - Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm


http://pianocraftgallery.org/


This diverse curated collection of figurative and portrait work joins multiple mediums including paintings, photography and sculptures. Twenty two artists display individual perspectives on our state of being.


be·ing

[bee-ing] noun
1. the fact of existing; existence (as opposed to nonexistence).
2. conscious, mortal existence; life: 

The Piano Craft Gallery is one of the remaining legacies of the once thriving artist community in Boston’s South End. When the Gallery was slated to close in 2014 unlikely allies joined together to preserve the space, which is viewed by many in the community as a symbol of the fight for affordable spaces for low income artists. “State of Being” will be presented in the brand new gallery space that re-launched in May.


Artists showing:


Tom Acevedo

Jim Baab
Myron Belfast
Andre Bertolino
Kathriel Brister
Andrew Carpntier
Sammy Chong
Danielle Coenen
John Davis
Danielle Festa
Andrew Fish
Rebecca M. Fullerton
Suzi Grossman
G.L. Heeren
Sarah May
Christine Palamidessi
Brendan Sullivan
Andrew Tedesco
Christina M. Tedesco
Daria Theodora
Vanessa R. Thompson
Katherine Wildman

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Saturday, April 26, 2014

May 4th come on down to SoWa I'll be showing my work at 46 Waltham Street 11 - 6pm  http://www.sowaartwalk.com/belfast-myron/

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

This Friday, the 25, come to Stone Photo at 160 Federal Street Boston and see my work. May 4th I'm doing SoWa Art Walk 11 am - 6 pm . 46 Waltham Street #204 www.sowaartwalk.com/

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Wednesday, April 2, 2014



Put on your calender April 25 10am - 7pm 160 Federal Street Boston Come see my new artwork everything is for sale or enjoyment. It's Artweek in Boston so if your going to a event around town come by.







Saturday, March 15, 2014

Its Virtue is Immense: a Pre-Vinylite Society Tribute to ScriptLettering

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Opening Reception
Friday March 14th, 2014
7:00PM-11:00PM

DJ Set by Alan Manzi

Lot F Gallery is pleased to present, Its Virtue is Immense: a Pre-Vinylite Society Tribute to Script Lettering, this March. Curated by Meredith Kasabian of Boston’s, Best Dressed Signs, the exhibit features script alphabet focused pieces of art by 20 artists from all over. Meredith explains the idea behind the show:

“This show presents examples of script lettering from some of the best sign painters from around the world and showcases the aesthetic qualities of beautiful hand lettering. But its message runs much deeper than aesthetics alone. “Its Virtue is Immense: a Pre-Vinylite Society Tribute to Script Lettering” explores questions of privilege, access, and the role of the human hand in an increasingly digital world.

Script lettering conveys elegance, grace, sophistication, and class. In centuries past, a “good hand” was viewed as a sign of virtue and breeding, while a “bad hand” (never mind a total inability to write in cursive) was deemed uncivilized. Script lettering featured on a shop sign can communicate that the goods or services provided are high quality. But hand lettered cursive—whether painted on signs or scribbled in personal diaries—is becoming endangered as more and more schools are forgoing its instruction in favor of more practical skills like typing. In our current technological age of immediacy, cursive writing, like sign painting, is considered aesthetically pleasing but non-essential. “Its Virtue is Immense: a Pre-Vinylite Society Tribute to Script Lettering” is a response to the current debate about the future of cursive handwriting and a rally for continued appreciation of hand painted signs.

As the debate rages, advocates and opponents stake their claims on cursive’s relation to the value of aesthetics, its role in brain development and learning, and its usefulness in the face of perpetual advancements in technology. At the heart of the arguments, however, is a question of history and posterity: what will we lose if cursive is abandoned? Typing is faster, more legible, and more accessible than handwriting. In a similar vein, vinyl signs are faster, cheaper, and more interchangeable than a hand painted sign. If cursive handwriting is no longer taught in schools, only people who have the initiative and access will be able to learn it. If cheaply made, poorly designed signs are allowed to pervade our cities and towns, how will anyone know what a quality sign looks like?”

Its Virtue Is Immense invites the viewer to experience the qualities of the artists’ clean brushwork first hand, with an opening on Friday March 14th 2014, from 7 to 11 pm. The exhibition will run to April 25th 2014 with the gallery being open by appointment and on Saturdays from noon to 4 pm. Please contact sales@lotfgallery.com for pre-sale inquires.

Artist Line-up:

Ashley Fundora
Bob Dewhurst
Brian Kaspr
Carl "Frisso" Angell
Chris Dobell
Christian Cantiello
Colt Bowden
Cooper
Corinna D'Schoto
Damon Styer
Enamel Kingdom
Heather Diane Hardison
Jimmy "Spike" Birmingham
Josh Luke
Ken Davis
Kenji Nakayama
Pickles
Ted Kiley
Will Lynes
Will Sears

Curated by Meredith Kasabian of Best Dressed Signs