you stayed where?

“The Studio Allston Hotel is a creative hospitality experience situated in the heart of Boston’s hippest neighborhood. With a unique blend of energizing art and design, wit, and a comfortable atmosphere, Studio Allston enables you to find yourself and lose yourself at the same time. #StayOutsideTheFrame

 Room 506, Studio Allston Hotel Boston, MA

Room 506, Studio Allston Hotel Boston, MA

Thanks to Isenberg Projects and Hotel Studio Allston, my blue paintings were transformed to fit into 9 hotel rooms with 4 prints to accompany the mural size wallpaper behind the beds. Located on 1234 Soldiers Field Road in Allston (right along the Charles River) my blue paintings were digitally stretched to fit a full sized wall which was so nerve-wracking! I had a chance to stay in one of the rooms after a night of dining with the 12 other artists that contributed to the final product. My nerves dwindled once I walked into this unique, fun, contemporary space- immediately knowing my paintings were in good hands. Waking up covered in blue was a dream, and I am so thankful for the experience.

Read more: HERE

Book your stay: HERE

ban plastic

You totes love these totes?

OK-Beverly, MA has been working hard on banning plastic bags to reduce the amount of plastic that ends up in landfills. The result begins on January 1, 2019—businesses that provide plastic bags to consumers will be fined $50. Let’s hope large corporations will listen.

Each tote bag is hand painted with love in my Beverly, MA studio. I love the feeling of painting on raw canvas and i also love grabbing a unique bag for my groceries, sandy beach wear, farmers market finds, weekend toiletries, transporting my cat from room to room, or anything normal in between. Fear of mass production has led each tote to be an original painting, a little piece what my larger studio work might look like.

I share a few different designs on my instagram which offer a variety of uses.

Discover the beach, everyday, and grocery tote below.

The ‘beach’ tote

  • 15”L x 4”W x 11”H.

  • hand painted

  • canvas material

  • weather proof

  • made to order

{This limited edition pair below is being sold at The Captains’ Daughter in Provincetown, MA but you can have one just like it!}

The ‘everyday’ tote

  • 10.5” L x 5”W x 13.5” H

  • hand painted

  • weather proof

  • thick canvas material

  • made to order

The ‘grocery’ tote

  • 14” L x 7”W x 16”H

  • hand painted

  • weather proof

  • thin canvas material

  • made to order

Each design comes with a 3-5 color spread. Price fluxuates between the material of the bags and time taken for each painting. Pieces may have residue of paint and unique marks making every single bag one of a kind.


Shop Totes

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Thanks for reading!

give thanks

New prints coming to the shop on Thanksgiving day!

  • You’ll have a chance to buy new prints early at the upcoming event on November 17-18 in Portsmouth NH at 3S ArtSpace: FORM + FUNCTION. Check out my blog post about the event.

  • If you’re not able to make it to the show, prints will be released on Thanksgiving day to my online shop.

  • Each image is printed on Moab Entrada Archival Paper- 290 GSM thick.

  • All images stem from original works on paper, which will be available for purchase as well.

  • Printed by House of Roulx - (thank u for representing and printing my images beautifully & locally)



—Excited to be apart of a new show FORM + FUNCTION in Portsmouth, NH—

“Presenting a curated showcase of unique, hand-crafted work by skilled artisans to the greater Seacoast community.

Find inspired gifts this holiday season. Featuring textiles, housewares, jewelry, metal work, accessories, ceramics, prints, and more!”

FREE and open to the public!


Expect new paintings, hand painted tote bags, new PRINTS & more.

 Detail of new paintings 24”x24” Untitled

Detail of new paintings 24”x24” Untitled


319 Vaughan Street-Portsmouth, NH

Hope to see you there!

Print release

A select number have prints have made it to the shop! 

Printed on Moab Entrada Archival Paper- 290 GSM thick.







50 Rice Street
Wellesley, MA 02481


makers for makers

You may or may not have heard of blogger and designer Brittany Fabello. She's a Montserrat grad with a lot to offer in the blogging world. She's a world traveler, artist, and great designer. She asked me if I'd like to be a part of a section of her blog called Makers for Makers. You'll be able to read my artistic processes in the inverview on her website below. 

Britt Fabello

 PC: Myra Thornton

PC: Myra Thornton



as we all know, the new year can possess a lot of change. I am happy to announce that from this day forward, I will call 222 Cabot Gallery and Studios a home away from home. If you don't find me sipping coffee down town, or lingering around new gift shops, I will be in studio space #11 conveniently located in Downtown Beverly, MA.

I want to thank all of you for the continuous support and encouragement over the past years to get me where I am today. I am blown away by the enthusiastic community Beverly, MA continues to provide for not only myself, but to artists around the Northshore. I'm so excited to begin working on projects planned and exist in a new creative environment. 

Cheers, and Thank you!

small works


I mainly like to paint large. However, when I get stuck, painting small is now my only way to loosen up my hands and physically visualize large pieces inside a 4"x4" square. See some new little works below. 


where you will find me

It was only a few weeks ago when Field House Shop in Beverly open their magical doors and changed Cabot street for the better. This little town revels in unique businesses and I am happy to announce our collaboration. Field House will be representing my paintings for as long as they can stand me.

I love finding the spots that best represent my work. It all feels really good here. If you have the chance to visit, please say hello! Located at 265 Cabot street, Beverly. 

 "snowcapped" 2'x3' 

"snowcapped" 2'x3' 

Another exciting collab that happened with Interior designer Kristina Crestin is what you see below. Mood boards were made based off of books of each designer's choice, and Boston Design Magazine would curate an above shot. Three of my baby paintings were selected to be apart of this mood board. Loving the earth tones next to Kristina's chosen fabrics. Check out the Home 2017 edition of Boston Design Magazine.

Weeknd *Sale*

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10"x10" Price $150.00



As new things are brewing in this brain of mine, I am working to prepare for summer fairs and spring flash sales.

The next few months I will be working on much smaller (original) & affordable work for everyone who's interested. Please reach out! All information on my the website! This sale will end the last day of June 2016.

Here's what you can expect prices to be for small works:

**Tiny paintings in progress only $25**

6x6" Paintings $65

8x8" Paintings $85

10x10" paintings $150

1X1' Paintings $250



Today's Flash Sales is Pink Skies going for $150.00-- Email me if interested! 

10X10" $150.00

Sloppy Ocean. 10"x10" $150.00

Depth, 8"x8" $125.00

that new: Temporal transcendent

 1.5' X 2' Acrylic on Canvas  "not all is lost" 

1.5' X 2' Acrylic on Canvas "not all is lost" 

 1.5' x 2' Acrylic on Canvas  "swimming upstream"    

1.5' x 2' Acrylic on Canvas "swimming upstream"


Find These & plenty more at Brickbottom Gallery on March 13th. 

VIDEO: Found + Made

I received an email from a very talented lady named Jo back in October. She sent me her website (packed with beautiful video work) and asked me if i'd be willing to take part in her on-going series, Found + Made. The Found + Made series is a correlation of video shorts representing women artists with different backgrounds with different types of work. 

I couldn't believe she sought me out to be cool enough to take part in the project-- but she did. Below is the result. We bundled up on a cold rainy day in Beverly (shocking) and she followed me around on what is a "normal" day for me in my process of art making truly is. 

Coffee, collecting, color searching, color studying, and of course, getting those ideas down on the canvas.

You can check out more of her work at :

OK: Dates/ Thoughts

Ok-- I've been invited into two shows for this coming March of 2016.

((Brickbottom Gallery, "Temporal Transcendent" Opening reception March 13

Marblehead Arts Association Gallery, "Momentous Passage" Opening reception March 20 ))


My problem: I find it personally challenging to use older work for a new show. Constant changes lead to changes in my painting. I find it hard for me to show something I may not have been proud of in the past or something I fear never made it to "completion"-- it doesn't feel present.

I remember: this is not a problem. The emotional connection with my paintings serve a purpose. If showing something old means going back to the place I was emotionally, it feels uncomfortable. That's okay, and this is my daily reminder. 

I have loosened up in my process. More physical contact has been incorporated: pouring paint, using more paint, using large brush strokes with large brushes and other tools. I've limited my pallet, and started using a few colors to begin.

Below are wet, early stages to landscapes

dear twenty five

I TURNED 25--although it's not an uncommon accomplishment, it feels extremely reflective & different. It feels good to be this age. There are plenty of words I can say to myself-- i did my best and wrapped it up in a letter. 

dear twenty five,

Here you are. Although you have wished for things to be different on many occasions, hoped for less pain and hurtful events, you are welcoming your twenty fifth year of life.  You can count on both hands the amount of people who’ve told you, “Life’s not fair”.  You realized this was true at a young age when the infinite slamming of doors and crying tantrums consumed more than half your childhood. 

And just like any child, you thought those days were bad...flash forward to 2016 and you’ve never felt so lost. For many years you questioned why you weren’t born into a Jane Austin book, why your love lives never worked out, or why you felt sad sometimes. However, all of your dramatics and intermittent crises were nothing to ignore—but they were to be listened to.

You have struggled with learning to be “happy” with unfortunate events. Inwardly, you understand that they make you strong, aware and patient. Outwardly, there are days that the concept didn’t actually make things easier. Don’t forget you have overcome personal battles that you imagined would never vanish. You have persevered through loss and abandonment— and, you have listened.

Keep going!!! This year you will bond with fact that your life isn’t shrinking, it is expanding. It is transformative, beautiful and colorful. You have control. You will do, create, and seek amazing things. Behind any pain is a miraculous life that will manifest.

Surround yourself with people who love you. Surround yourself with friends who care about your well-being and make you feel good. Most importantly surround yourself with those who love every personality you withhold.  {Remember to thank them.}

Stop caring about what anyone thinks of you.  Embrace your daring side and take risks. Hold onto your compassionate side and be a great friend. Share what you have to offer. Re-introduce what is important to you and do everything you can not to let it go.

You will feel more beautiful than any other year you’ve existed. You will love your flaws, love your quarks and love the body you were born in.  You will not be bound. You will be free. You will learn. You will listen.

Although this life is not exactly fair, this life is about to get so good.

Keep smiling & keep loving

Love Always,