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Jim Vaughey is a Salem, MA-based artist whose work is focused around creating a spark of amusement to anyone looking at his pieces. He has been creating altered book-board game sculptures since 2018 and fanciful creatures of marker and tissue paper for years before that. No matter the chosen medium, the end result is to present a concept through a whimsical lens which has been taken seriously.
Elaine Caliri Daly
Elaine Caliri Daly shares a
studio on the 4th floor with her
daughter Dianna Daly. "At this
difficult time in our lives I am
grateful to create pieces
Dianna Daly shares a studio with her
mom, Elaine Daly, on the 4th floor of
Porter Mill. She spends most of her
time teaching movement to people
with Parkinsons and Yoga and
Meditation at Salem State University
but is grateful for any little time spent
painting withher mom.
I wanted to believe.
So, I created the wounds and stuck my fingers in them.
Now, I have something to believe in.
In my practice, seeing is believing. I make visible my personal
process of existential questioning. By combining digital and
handmade ways of working with classical, ecclesiastical,
and pop culture references, I dissociate spiritual practices
from a specific time and point to ageless and essential
characteristics of human seeking. With printmaking, textiles,
new media, photography, and installation, I create renditions
of sacred spaces and rituals in order to explore contemporary
lived experiences of spirituality and interiority.
CUT, TORN, PAINTED, and PASTED PAPERS
I have enjoyed making art most of my life and have had the good fortune to maintain a studio outside
the home for many of those years. Indulging in the romance of the studio, the canvas, the paper, the
paints, brushes and all the other things i need to make this art. To be able to sit and meditate and work
on things in progress, to live with them, look at them, change, remake, discard and begin again until something emerges and is finished.
I was affiliated with two prominent galleries in Manhattan for a dozen years and also one in upstate
New York. Ivan Karp being one of those at O K Harris and Kathryn Markel and John Davis. All very good
to me. I am still represented by the Krakow Witkin Gallery in Boston and the Matthew Swift Gallery in
Gloucester as well as several other private dealers. I thought I could die happy to have one exhibition in
NYC in my lifetime. I had many. You just never know. But just showing up in the studio most mornings
and seeing where the work takes you is the very best part. You get to make it for yourself,
to please only yourself.
Suzanne H. Ulrich
My name is Niki Russell. I paint landscapes en plein aire in oil from within the North Shore
area. And I paint portraits in oil and watercolor
for enjoyment or commission. I graduated from William Smith College last May and am currently living in Marblehead MA with my family. The virus is keeping us all locked in the house but I am finding sanity in my work and
for the first time making some self-portraits as I have no models anymore. I am available for commission if you ever want a portrait of a loved one or pet.
David Kay graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1979. He and his wife, Joanne Jolly, started the Kingston Gallery in 1982 and ran it for 5 years. The gallery was created as a co-op for emerging artists. The Kingston Gallery is still in business and is located in the SOWA arts district on Harrison Avenue.
David received a BFA in photography and minored in film & video. He studied with some well-known photographers with lots of connections and met several influential photographers. His work has been shown in many exhibitions and published.
With 45 years of industrial experience in mechanical engineering, David has developed an extensive photo portfolio of commercial products. He also shoots artists’ crafts & jewelry. His other interests include Boston buildings, and marine life.
David has taught classes at Reading Creative Arts, and the Essex Arts Center. For the past two years, he has tutored students in Boston public schools. Years ago, he taught photography at an alternative high school also in Dorchester. His favorite places to see art are the Addison Gallery and the Griffin Museum in Winchester.