Mixed Media

Mary Spencer

VISUAL ARTISTS

Studio:

The Old Shoe Factory
25 Washington Avenue
Natick, MA 01760

About Mary Spencer

Photographs pinned to my studio wall provide a porthole into the past which leads to an understanding of the present, and inspiration for meditations and fantasies. The range of subject matter is infinite, spanning the microscopic to the cosmic. Although my 2013-2014 charcoal drawings are very realistic, my current paintings incorporate a healthy dose of abstraction.

Mary Spencer

Jodie Apeseche

VISUAL ARTISTS

Studio:

59 Fountain Street
Framingham, MA 01702

About Jodie Apeseche

Much of my work is done on the printing press creating one-of-a-kind monotypes using both water-based and oil mediums. My style is varied and ranges from representational images to abstract design. Vivid colors and authentic cultural patterns infuse my works. An avid traveler, the beauty of the natural world is a constant inspiration ~ from the lavender fields of France to the poppy blooms in Arizona.

Jodie Apeseche

Ginger McEachern

VISUAL ARTISTS

Studio:

3 Adams Street
Natick, MA 01760

About Ginger McEachern

As a lifelong artist, Ginger’s work reflects a rich childhood spent in New England, crafting alongside her grandmother. “Vibrant colors of my parents' gardens and the rich tones from my grandmothers braided rugs provided early inspirations, still infused in my mixed media pieces today”.

Working from her studio in Natick Center, Ginger creates hand-built boxes wrapped in hand-painted paper or maps, journals, and jewelry. Ginger’s jewelry can include paper, stamps, resin, sea glass, shells, old books, buttons and even butterfly wings.

Ginger McEachern


Carol Krentzman

VISUAL ARTISTS

Studio:

97 Woodland Street
Natick, MA 01760

About Carol Krentzman

The Mosaic Art Institute of Natick, founded by Artistic Director Carol Krentzman, creates interactive public art.

Working with local volunteers, MAION uses mosaic and stained glass projects to add beauty and interest to public areas, build strong community identity, and foster shared values of respect and understanding.
 
As a result of these projects, local businesses, participants and visitors enjoy a renewed sense of pride and investment in their communities.

Carol Krentzman


Jeanne Williamson

VISUAL ARTISTS

Studio:

18 Erlandson Road
Natick, MA 01760

About Jeanne Williamson

Jeanne Williamson is a mixed media artist who incorporates the different grid patterns from construction fences into contemporary abstractions. Her artwork, which ranges in size from 6 inches to up 35 feet, is created with fabric that is a combination of printmaking, painting, collage, and sometimes stitching. It is either mounted on boards, or the fabric is stiffened so it appears more like paper or plastic, which also makes it weather-proof.

Jeanne Williamson