Daniele Frazier


Daniele Frazier's public installation 20 Knots: Daffodils for Boston opens on April 8, 2019 at Seaport Common (85 Northern Avenue Boston, MA 02210). It is within walking distance from the ICA museum and will be up through April 29, 2019. If you have friends in Boston, please spread the word. 

20 Knots dovetails with the ongoing work of Marathon Daffodils. Now in its seventh year, Marathon Daffodils, founded by Diane Valle in response to the tragic marathon bombing, mobilizes a network of nonprofits and horticulturists to place 130,000 daffodils along the 26.2 mile marathon route. This work is commissioned by the Boston Seaport and marks their second year partnering with Marathon Daffodils. This collaboration is intended to strengthen the community by bringing beauty to where there was unfathomable loss, mayhem and sadness.

20 Knots consists of twenty 20-foot-tall hollow-volume flowers that inflate and change direction with the wind. 20 knots (about 23 miles per hours) is the ideal wind speed for this work's activation. 

If you have friends in Boston, please spread the word!



Olivia Nogueira Wheaton


Olivia Nogueira Wheaton in collaboration with artist Alicia Nogueira present a video installation Conversations of the Heart will be at the Live Worms Gallery in San Francisco February 24-27, 2019 in San Francisco.

"After 2 months in Japan, mother and daughter present a collection of works inspired by the charming archipelago. Alicia Nogueira, Brazilian born artist is inspired by the couth and private exchanges between Japanese people in public spaces. Her daughter, Olivia Nogueira-Wheaton, is interested in the separation between bodies, the communications our edges have. While the world forgets how to communicate face to face, we still depend heavily on the multiplication of imagery. Invisible boundaries make life a constant fight for territory in a shrinking world." — Live Worms Gallery


Acadia Mezzofanti


Acadia Mezzofanti was awarded first prize at Renewal, the 2019 Winter Members Show at the Copley Society of Art, America's oldest art society, where Acadia is the youngest elected full artist member, and where last September she received the competitive Copley Artist (CA) designation after several juried exhibitions. The current Renewal show features 33 artists, opens in Boston on February 28, and runs through April 28. Acadia's winning work, "Self-Portrait: Untamed", was selected from over 200 juried submissions. See more of Acadia's work at acadiamezzofanti.com.


Kenzie Sutton


Kenzie Sutton studied animation at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). She auditioned and was hired to work on the Oscar nominated animated feature film Loving Vincent. It is the first fully painted animation and she traveled to Poland for six months to work on the film. Kenzie completed her degree and won "Best in Show" for her thesis film Harls at the MICA Animation Festival. Harls was also a semi-finalist in the 45th Annual Student Academy Awards. Kenzie is an independent filmmaker and working on a commissioned music video for the band Air Stranger. Kenzie first experimented with animation at Oxbow!

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