My husband has an art show, expressing his visions of peace amidst dreamy mountain tops or surrounded by lush bamboo. Many thanks to Parish Center for the Arts, in Westford, MA, for arranging this. We are thankful the “show” is online, ensuring everyone can enjoy art while staying safe. Thanks to Tom and Patty for their support and hard work in showcasing my husband’s art.
At Sitka Creations you can find a variety of services including web and graphic design, help with social media, as well as photography. The staff gladly sets up meetings from Martha’s Vineyard to New York City, and in between.
Sitka Creations supports local artists. In their gallery space, handmade jewelry dangles next to handmade stationery, photographs, and more. Various paintings adorn the walls in this renovated mill space.
The pièce de résistance, though, has to be the letterpress. This vintage beauty handed down to Tamar by her family is a sight to behold, and gets your creative juices flowing. You wonder what Tamar will print next?
If you need any help creating or revamping your website, need a hand managing social media, or finally decide to showcase your artistic skills, give Tamar and her staff at Sikta Creations a call! They would love to hear from you.
Sitka Creations & Gallery – 2 Shaker Road, Suite D101 Shirley, MA 01464
Direct to Studio & Gallery: 978 425 6290 Call for appointments and to confirm they are in.
As cold air permeates New England, I think back to last summer. Getting inspired, with the blues of sky and sea, as well as pastel shades of shell. The jagged lines of shadow from broken shells also gives me some ideas.
While checking out the herring run, (you can read more about the details here), we saw these beautiful birds and other creatures. It’s amazing how you can catch quiet moments and simple, inspiring moments in nature, with these birds, fish, and reptiles carrying on their migrations, feedings, and natural life cycles, not too far from a bustling city like Boston. I’m new to capturing flying and swimming friends. It’s quite challenging. I took a few liberties with some blurred moments, trying to create an abstract feel. Maybe I’m not up for the wildlife challenge-yet! I will be posting some more soon on my revamped Instagram, @loweaperture. More news about that soon.