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|David Aucoin is an
avid painter of urban landscapes. He pays close attention to the
rectangular aspect of society with its influence on American design and
thought. Acrylics are his main choice, though he is open to exploring
other means of expression from time to time
|Ethan Cobb is a talented organist and pianist. He is a member of the American Guild of Organists. Cobb has an incredibly distinctive style by using simplicity and various linear shapes in his work. He uses paint, pastels and markers to execute his expression.|
Comeau (D for short)loves to use anything she can get her
hands on. From painting canvas and furniture to jewelry making, she
is constantly busy. A natural storyteller, she composes pieces of writing
on fictional and non-fictional levels as well.
Delaney has worked with Outside the Lines art studio for
several years. Susie uses art more as acathartic process than for an aesthetic
end. She brings the same intensity and passion shown in her art to her
talents as a storyteller and a writer.
|Kenneth Dearborn is
a native of Boston and currently resides in Jamaica Plain. Dearborn
produces a vast amount of work and incorporates a variety of media.
Dearborn has a great sense of color and produces fluid brush strokes.
His process includes much revision, reworking his pieces with a sense
of personal completion.
DeJesus was awarded “Best in Show” in a recent
statewide exhibition at the capitol building for his piece Man from
Burma. This is a particularly notable achievement as DeJesus began painting
in the last two years. He often paints from his own experiences and
includes much of his cultural heritage into his work.
Michelle Gilbert has been a part of OTL since the studio's inception. She is devoted to art through intense study. Gilbert's passion is painting and ceramics - both wheel throwing and hand building. Gilbert has exhibited many of her works, sold many of her pieces and also helped to create a mural commissioned for the Long Island Shelter in New York.
|Tony Lake lives in
Somerville, MA. He uses charcoal, pastels and acrylic in his artwork.
Lake uses art for communicative purposes and his subject matter is
often times figurative and of friends, family and himself. He
represents things in his art work that he is reluctant to verbalize.
Maher’'s artwork is a constant process, working all
day without interruption. He utilizes non-traditional art materials
in his artwork such as dominos, popsicle sticks, pretty much anything
that catches his eye. He produces multidimensional installations and
large format paintings. His style is unique and highly abstract.
Alice Mikaelian lives in Rivere, MA and commutes daily to our Medford art studio. Mikaelian subject matter is often of people and faces, however, currently the artist has been exploring subject matter such as landscapes and abstract work. In her artwork she explores and conveys her own intensity and depth of feeling. Mikaelian has a wonderful sense of color, as well.
communicates through both art and sign language. When producing his
artwork, he creates hundreds of multi-colored lines in each piece. His
current work consists of fabric and shreds of paper to make colorful
|Dennis Pandorf enjoys helping the staff clean up after lunch, is a connoisseur of coffee and a wonderful artist. He is politically proactive and is saving up to live independently. He often works in marker and acrylic paint.|
William Pimental works with “frantic intensity” with a style entirely his own. He uses a lot of paint and often feels no need to clean or change brushes. His work consists of many layers of paint and/or pastels. Because of the speed and intensity Pimental works at, it takes several days to complete a painting to allow time for each painting to dry before moving on to the next stage. What makes Pimental’s work truly exceptional is the “process” that’s undergone to complete each piece.
Sylvia Raneiri's greatest joy comes from the sound of beads sliding down a wire, though on a regular basis she is known to produce amazing drawings with colored pencil and pastel as well. Sylvia is a daily collaborator with Jackie O’Conner on various art projects including the massive bead installation previously set up on location at OTL.
Russo is an avid landscape painter who is always
eager to make new friends and help those around him learn more about
|Elizabeth Ryan works
part-time at OTL. She enjoys painting, drawing, printmaking and
beadwork as her main methods of self-expression. Her favorite theme is
the exploration of nature.
|Denise Tupper has an incredible imagination. Her work often reflects her passion for food, the beach, animals and aquatic life.