Rotating Artwork

Oficio is proud to support the Boston arts community by rotating work from local artists on our walls. In addition, we host various events for the arts community throughout the year. To view photos of past and present artwork displayed at Oficio, visit our facebook page.


Past artists featured at Oficio include Sorin Bica, Susan Blatt, Debra Corbett, Brian Corey, Katherine Downey Miller, Chris Faust, Nathan Fried-Lipski, Sand T. Kalloch, Andy Klein, Jennifer Moses, Bob Packert, Jason Pechinski, Deborah Putnoi, Nikki Rosato, Jose Santos, Wendy Shapiro, Adrienne Shishko, Robert Strati, and Shireen Agah Yadollahpour.

 

Currently on Display

Hilary Tait grew up on the South Shore of Massachusetts and was surrounded by a creative family, succeeding generations of Artists.  Hilary graduated from Skidmore College with a Bachelor of Science in Studio Arts with a concentration in Painting and Drawing. In her senior year she was the 2009 recipient of the Jesse Soloman Award for Most Outstanding Painting. After completing her degree Hilary moved to Los Angeles, CA and exhibited her work in several galleries.  Her work has been published in an internationally distributed book, magazines, and promoted in online catalogs. In 2014 Hilary returned to the East Coast to exhibit her work in the greater Boston area. Since then her work has shown in Galleries in and around Boston and she is currently represented by Liquid Art House and Webster & Company in the Boston Design Center. This summer Hilary will be joining Lesley University Masters of Fine Arts Program. Lesley University has awarded her their most prestigious scholarship for the MFA Program, the Presidential Award.  Hilary works primarily with oil paints on a large scale. Her work currently follows the complexities of the human mind by translating perception disorders, neuroscience, psychology, the intricacies specific to creative minds, and the analysis of identity with in relationships onto canvas.

Hilary Tait grew up on the South Shore of Massachusetts and was surrounded by a creative family, succeeding generations of Artists.  Hilary graduated from Skidmore College with a Bachelor of Science in Studio Arts with a concentration in Painting and Drawing. In her senior year she was the 2009 recipient of the Jesse Soloman Award for Most Outstanding Painting. After completing her degree Hilary moved to Los Angeles, CA and exhibited her work in several galleries.  Her work has been published in an internationally distributed book, magazines, and promoted in online catalogs. In 2014 Hilary returned to the East Coast to exhibit her work in the greater Boston area. Since then her work has shown in Galleries in and around Boston and she is currently represented by Liquid Art House and Webster & Company in the Boston Design Center. This summer Hilary will be joining Lesley University Masters of Fine Arts Program. Lesley University has awarded her their most prestigious scholarship for the MFA Program, the Presidential Award.  Hilary works primarily with oil paints on a large scale. Her work currently follows the complexities of the human mind by translating perception disorders, neuroscience, psychology, the intricacies specific to creative minds, and the analysis of identity with in relationships onto canvas.

 

Interested in having your work displayed at Oficio?

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