Pages Navigation Menu

Photographer Claire Holt

Posted by

CLAIRE HOLT is a portrait photographer and photojournalist whose work has been featured in many publications, including The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, New York Newsday as well as the Associated Press.

Read More

Artivist Leonor Anthony: Arctic Queen

Posted by

LEONOR ANTHONY is a multi-disciplinary, Cuban-American artist and activist based in Miami. She is an accredited scholar, artist, photographer and published author. Leonor is well-known for her courageous use of materials and by creating works that invoke controversial issues. Anthony co-authored “Sounds of Freedom” with photographer Roberto Polillo. In October 2022, Anthony was awarded The Arctic Circle Fellowship and sailed the waters around the North Pole with 27 Artists and scientists in an unequaled and exclusive ecological Artist Residency.

Read More

Lise Motherwell: Lessons Learned from Robert and Helen

Posted by

LISE MOTHERWELL, PhD, PsyD is a retired licensed psychologist and President of the Board of Trustees the Provincetown Art Association & Museum (the original PAAM). Prior to becoming a clinician, she earned a PhD in Learning and Epistemology from MIT’s Media Lab where she studied learning styles and gender differences in how children interact with computers.

Read More

Philippe Dodard: Multi-Disciplined Haitian Artist

Posted by

Known for his synthesis of traditional Haitian pictorial expressions and contemporary articulations, PHILIPPE DODARD paints the Caribbean in a multiplicity of mediums from canvas to wood, stone, and, iron. His textured, layered public works often incorporate created objects rendering the mural a force of attraction fusing the environment with a serene vitality.

Read More

Axelle Liautaud: Curator, Collector, Designer, Promotor of Haitian Art

Posted by

AXELLE LIAUTAUD is a Haitian art historian and curator. She is also a designer who works with artists and craftsmen to create unique items.

Read More