OTL enthusiastically participated in Somerville Art Council's annual event "Art Beat" this year. We were inspired by the festival's theme "vibrations" to create a interactive paint by number based off of a watercolor painting made by one of the artists at OTL. Every visitor to our tent had the opportunity to paint a section (or two) and watch as the painting slowly came to life. It is now on display in our studio, and welcomes visitors to our program just like it did at the event.
This show features original artwork created by Cameron. For this collection of artwork, Cameron has included acrylic paintings, as well as drawings made from colored pencils and crayons. Artwork will be on display at the Somerville Public Library from February 1st to the 28th. Come by to see Cameron's illustrative drawings and paintings inspired by TV Shows like the Simpsons, Maya the Bee, Powerpuff Girls, and Johnny Bravo, and more!
OTL created a mini holiday market in the kitchen of our studio to share our fine art and merchandise with staff, interns, artists, and friends of the studio. Our biggest seller was screen-printed t-shirts made to order right here in the studio.
Outside the Lines had a booth at the Mystic River Celebration by the Condon Shell for Medford’s biggest arts festival. It included local artists, live music and dance performances, and food. It was a beautiful afternoon down by the banks of the Mystic River.
We revamped our Etsy shop just in time for the holidays. It now includes a wider variety of fine art, t-shirts, and merchandise
Dear OTL friends and new visitors,
Please consider purchasing items from our Amazon Wish List. There are comments with each item about how the product will be utilized in the day program space. Any an all help appreciated!
Thank you very much!
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OTL is teaming up with RHD Rhode Island for another Bizarre Bazaar! Tomorrow and Sunday stop by to check out some amazing art and finish up you holiday shopping. Hope to see you there!
Outside the Lines Studio held their annual holiday art show in the RHD main office. We transformed one of the conference rooms into a holiday boutique shop that would make Santa proud. We had amazing things for sale such as: felted soap, candles, ornaments, scarves, wall hangings, fine art, and so much more.
Monster Mash is a yearly event created by Somerville Arts Council’s SomeerStreets programming, the City of Somerville’s take on the internationally renowned Open Streets concept, closing busy city streets to vehicles, and opening them up for cycling, walking, dancing, running, and other modes of activity. Through SomerStreets, the City and its community partners aim to promote and encourage easy access to physical activity, and reconnecting with neighborhoods and businesses and their unique cultural elements in a thriving urban environment. It was spooktacular!