Peter Anthony


About Peter

Peter Anthony is an Independent Filmmaker, Photographer and Installation Artist. He is from Boston, Mass. In 1999 he formed his production company, Magic Club Productions. 

Peter works mainly with Digital Video. He also tells stories with the use of 35mm slides and photos.

His props may include puppets, view masters, rabbits and masks. He enjoys playing with and manipulating scale, color and perception.

His work has been described as both comical and poignant.

Peter also leads workshops in Video Producing and Video Art.

His work has been featured in Art Galleries and Film Festivals across the country.


Nick Di Stefano


About Nick

Nick is a Boston-based artist. His work is an extension of his career as an interactive and graphic designer, drawing on his background in art history and fine arts.

His pieces take interest in typography, the deconstruction and transformation of spaces, and collaborative works.


Emily Lorraine Dugie


About Emily

Biography coming soon


Matthew Keller


About Matthew

The work that I produce examines the many differing aspects of organized religion and the individual; sexual repression and ties to religious belief, martyrdom, deep questioning of humanity’s involvement concerning devotion to holy beliefs, and a struggle to understand the importance and changes that effect religion over time.

I strive to understand  the origins and bindings that both religious and moral teachings leave with us all. I choose to explore inconsistencies with my own beliefs and the contradictions involved in many of the churches teachings. This is accomplished through minimal figure work, obstructed line drawing, and conceptual text work, all of which are integrated at times. I like to use materials in new and differing ways, exposing what’s lies behind paint, graphite, and even walls, to mirror social barriers. The materials many times are meant to break down and change over time, to mirror the belief that all ideas and understandings change repeatedly in our lives.

The work produces feelings of alienation, misunderstanding, inconsistency, confusion, and duplicity, all intertwining with issues of sexuality, guilt, and depravity of the blessed and the sanctified. These connections allow me to question my own train of thought and push for moral understanding.


Cedric Harper


About Cedric

For 30 years I worked in healthcare as an advocate for individuals with disabilities. In the last 6 years I was able to do art full time.

My creative work comes from manipulation of language symbols and dreams whether that transforms itself into tables, sculpture, totems, or panels as it’s form.

All pieces start from recycled materials. Items that have been disregarded rejected or tossed out as trash. The subject is usually determined by the recycled materials as to what it will become, a table, a totem, a sculpture. Those materials are cleaned, repaired, re-imagined, and become what I see in them.


Carol E Moses


About Carol

an artist with tremendous versatility of imagination; boundless creativity; extremely productive in several media; high energy; strong networker; also highly skilled in conceptualization, brainstorming, analysis, and structural design


Adriana G. Prat


About Adriana

I embrace art-making like meditation: an instant in time-space where only color, textures, and the physicality of the painting materials seem to exist. I often incorporate text - from journals or impromptu poetry - that I use as ground to explore additional “mind-journeys” on the canvas surface and that act as a mantra during the painting act. I like to think of my art as bold, intriguing, and sensual.