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Poet Mary Koncel’s most recent collection, “The Last Blonde,” offers intriguing prose poems that mix humor, whimsy, melancholy and a bit of the...

“I always wanted to be an artist, but I lacked confidence and hung out on the fringe in college and later,” says sculptor Piper Foreso, who is...

These days, David Skillicorn of New Salem is creating highly textured abstract expressionist paintings that reflect the natural world — skirting...

Isabel Margolin of Amherst has been making fine art mosaics for six years. She got her start at a class at Snow Farm in Williamsburg. As luck...

In college, Bella Halsted studied literature, and after college taught ESL and writing, led creative workshops and worked on her own fiction and...

Leverett artist Hillary Wilbur Ferro, 39, works in a variety of artistic mediums, depending, she says, on what’s inspiring her at the moment.“I am...

Shutesbury photographer and organic cookbook author Leslie Cerier’s grandmother painted copies of Impressionist paintings by Monet, Degas, Renoir...

Shutesbury artist Valerie Gilman, 50, began working with clay when she was 8, and continued to do so throughout her childhood in Alexandria...

A good teacher can mean a lot. A case in point: Thérèse Légère, 58, a Shutesbury painter and weaver, credits her teachers at the College Saint...

In one form or another, fiber arts have been a part of Nina Compagnon’s life for as long as she can remember. Now 61, the Shutesbury artist...

Jeanne Birdsall, 65, of Northampton was a serious photographer for 30 years, but stopped, she says, “When I discovered I was better at writing...

Shutesbury artist Ziporah Hildebrandt, 59, began tie-dyeing as a teenager, in the 1970’s, using store-bought powdered dyes on cotton T-shirts. She...

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