Hello there! My name is Amanda. I study physics and astronomy at Smith College, but fell in love with art long before I fell in love with the sciences. My latest obsession has been painting on clothes with bleach!
Send me a message if you have any questions or would like to request something specific!
I am a young artist attending college for Robotics Engineering. I chose robotics because I grew up on science fiction movies, and I believe that as an engineer, we can create the technology only currently seen on television. I have sold my artwork at Boston Comic Con and other large comic conventions. I now have an Etsy shop and was brought in by The Cubby to share my work among other amazing student creators. I draw digitally, draw with traditional mediums, paint in acrylics and oils, and have done leatherwork (as seen in my profile picture), stained glass work, blacksmithing, etc. and I will continue exploring creative practices in my art business but also in the field of engineering. My artwork mainly focuses on the macabre, superheroes, science fiction, and plants but I have a range of content. Check me out on samgrilloart on Instagram to stay up to date with my latest work! 🤖🌿🦇 ps. Cthulhu is my favorite subject to draw.
Hello everyone, my name is Skylar and I am a small business owner from Iowa. I started Skylar Grace Co. in April 2020 and I've enjoyed growing my business for a little over a year. Feel free to check out my Instagram page as I post very frequently and you can get to know me/see my face often on there (@skylargrace\_co).
Owner and designer for @Bizantinojewels. As a true jewelry lover, I came up with my brand of unique, handmade and high quality jewelry pieces (mostly stainless steel) last summer. I love to personalize stuff according to peoples preferences too, so please reach out!
I am Tsolay. I specialize in portraits. Currently, I've been exploring Line and Contour and abstracting portraits to their basic shapes. Follow me on Instagram @tsolay_ and on Tiktok @Tsolay. My website has a complete listing of all my works either for sale or to view: tsolay.com
My name is Soraya Saghbini, I'm a third year biochemistry student at UCLA.
I was born in Beirut (Lebanon) and grew up in the United Arab Emirates.
I came up with "SooS' Artsy Shit" at the end of my freshman year, but never really thought it could go anywhere.
<span class="colour" style="color: rgb(var(--color_15));"><span class="colour" style="color: rgb(var(--color_18));">It all started out as a way to relieve stress and a way to disconnect from the harsh reality that we live in. SooS is a creative space where I hope to to connect with you through the love and appreciation of art. My designs reflect the idea of spontaneity and catharsis... The creative journey starts when I pick up a pen and let it glide across the canvas, allowing my subconscious to create these patterns. Art is the expression of one's creative skill and imagination. Each design is suppose to be interpreted differently by each and everyone of you. </span></span>
### Co-Founder of The Cubby
HEY THERE! My name is Teo Cugno and I hope that if you've stumbled upon my profile, you are enjoying your Cubby experience to the fullest!
If you are one of our crazy-talented student-creators who's uploaded their work: Welcome to our Cubby Family- we got your back! If you are a customer looking to add to your art collection, or are in need of a new custom-made item: thank you for choosing to support our incredible creators.
If you have any questions or want to chat, feel free to message me!
Hi! I'm a Marine Bio Major with a minor in education and marine affairs and love making jewelry and friendship bracelets! I hope to save up money to go to Grad School and hopefully do something to help the environment.
Hi! I am majoring in photography and have a passion for landscape & street photography. I also have started to dabble in printmaking and a lot of my printmaking work is related to my travels & photography. I hope you see something you like!
Hello! I am so excited to be able to share my art with people.
I am an artist and architecture student. I love to [create](cristinaroderosales.com).
I want to sell what I make so I can [connect](https://www.instagram.com/crisrod3ro/) with others and express my feelings.
Hey everyone! My name is Randi and I am a small business owner from Wisconsin, attending University of Wisconsin- Stout majoring in Interior Design and minoring in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. I started my small business in March 2020 and I absolutely loved expanding my business since I started. Follow along on my social medias for more updates on my business (@paintedpeachesco).
Akiva Uriel Bakst is an Illustration major and Business of Art and Design minor studying at Ringling College of Art and Design located in Sarasota, Florida.
Akiva's illustrations are mainly done through digital software. However, he uses the fundamental essentials of traditional painting and applies it to his professional work. Taking inspiration from different artistic movements, Akiva uses his impressionistic intuition to give energy and mood to his pieces. This method helps his work gain a traditional quality while still being graphic by nature.
Along with finishing up his studies at Ringling College, Akiva has been collaborating with a variety of breweries around the world to create new and exciting beer labels to their catalogs.
Akiva Bakst's skill set includes
Great handle of the Adobe Creative suite
Entry level Project Management software skills
Creative problem solving skills
Hi, I'm Arielle Frey! I am currently a freshman at Northeastern University. I am a communications and graphic design major. I love drawing and painting in a more traditional style. I plan on putting out more prints and even stickers in the future! **I am open for commissions!** If you have any questions please feel free to contact me!
Hey my name is Nikko and I am an artist from Oakland, CA and am currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY. I create to help understand the nonsensical reality of our modern world, and to escape the anguish of hiding in my own head. If my paintings are hard to understand, try to let go of the natural desire to have a full understanding of something. In the day to day there is already so much to understanding, and I believe art can be a break, a breath of refreshing mountain air in the midst of a polluted world. If there is any meaning to this existence, it is to love, to learn, and to express yourself and leave behind what you can. I would rather have my work be interesting than beautiful or technical, but I have the utmost respect for all methods of expression. XOXOXOX compassion and love 4L. All works are signed and dated. Please message me on @slimephrog on instagram or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) if you have any questions! I am always happy to discuss my work or anything else that's on your mind.
<span class="colour" style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">hi! my name is Jesse, and I am a 2nd year graphic design student at Northeastern University in Boston. my passion has always been art, and I have used graphic design as my creative outlet. my graphic work is printed on stretch canvas and ready to hang when received! creating custom pieces for people to love and cherish makes me the happiest, and I'd love to create something for you! feel free to message me about custom pieces or ones you see on my page! can't wait to collaborate soon! xoxo</span>
I'm Abby, a freshman at Pitt! My sister Amelia and I have an embroidery business called @sewphisticated\_ on Instagram where we embroider commissioned items like clothes, decor, and accessories!
Feel free to reach out if you're interested in an embroidered piece!
Hello! My name's Simone and I'm so happy you're here.
I'm a New York native who made her way to Boston two years ago. Here, I study civil engineering and architecture at Northeastern University, while channeling my creative side through art.
I hope something that I've made catches your eye today - whether it's a peachy print, pen, or paint! Sharing what I love to do most with you means the world to me. So enjoy, and don't be afraid to reach out for orders, questions, or a good ol' "hello."
My name is Amelia, I'm a 20-year-old Behavioral Neuroscience Major at Northeastern, and my sister Abby and I run an embroidery business called @sewphisticated\_ on Instagram. There, you'll find hand-made, one-of-a-kind embroidery pieces that we've made over the past 2 years.
I can (and do!) embroider everything, such as clothing items, denim, canvases, shoes, guitar straps, and bags. I adore making custom pieces and am currently open to commissions!
I am a sophomore at the University of Maine who is studying art history. I am passionate about the subject and I enjoy making art history inspired oil paintings and drawings. I run a page on Instagram @mattkoehlerartwork where I have all of my latest work on display
I am a 20 year old freelance painter and clothing designer based in Southern California.
Founder and creator of Picasshoe Clothing.
My ambition and predisposition for art surfaced at very young age. Determined t o pursue a career in the arts and media, I dedicated his youth to honing my skills in painting, modeling, and filming. My efforts have been rewarded as I am is currently attending UCLA for Fine Arts and have been recognized by large brands such as Dickies, Fuji Film, Tik Tok, Zensai, and Arteza.
My work focuses on bleeding the line between the real and the surreal and is often described at Emotional Surrealism. Each work reflects my personal struggles of dealing such as bipolar disorder as well as exploring his stance in the LGBTQ community and Latinx community.
Instagram/Tik Tok: Art\_P3rry
More merch:[ https://PerryPicasshoe.com](%20https://PerryPicasshoe.com)
Self taught Digital Illustrator/ Studio artist from Nigeria based in the United States. I am currently a junior at Colby College where I take studio art with oil painting medium. I take commissions and you can reach me on my instagram profile to request one.
I am a student at Northeastern University in Boston studying Architecture, and in my free time I love making art. In my little room on Mission Hill, I paint under color-changing LED light using bright, contrasting colors to create trippy, popping imagery that you could stare at for hours. My work ventures into themes of nature, space, and even time, and is always changing and evolving. I am self-taught, and my process can be described as controlled chaos - beginning from nothing, I'll work at random on the canvas until an idea takes hold. I use acrylic paint, oil pastel, POSCA paint markers, and other mediums, usually all together. I also make digital art using Illustrator, Photoshop, and 3D modeling softwares like Rhinoceros 3D. Follow me on instagram to check out some of my work and support me: @tunastuff :)
<span class="colour" style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">Hello hello! My name is Joyce Downey and I'm a senior at Northeastern with a psychology major and an art minor. Growing up I always thought of myself as bad at art and so I avoided it, but high school I rediscovered fine arts and fell in love, getting very into drawing and painting. I decided to pursue an art minor, and for my first co-op worked in an art studio at Dana-Farber cancer institute, where I discovered and fell in love with all things crafting, mainly embroidery and knitting. After encouragement from many friends I ended up creating an art account - **@joyce\_creates** on Instagram. I have more ideas than I have time for and tend to dabble in many different areas depending on my interests at the moment- my current one figuring drawing. I feel so grateful to be able to create and share my artwork with you! Thanks for stopping by :)</span>
I am senior undergraduate at the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences of Boston College majoring in Neuroscience and Studio Art. I have been engaged in art practice since middle school but became serious about pursuing a professional career in the arts shortly after beginning my art education at university which is where I discovered my passion for painting. After becoming deeply inspired during my early days of doing serious academic painting, I began to branch out into more independent projects, most significantly my brand Echoes by Max® where I sell original clothing items, prints, and commission custom works. Although I believe my best works to be acrylic and oil paintings, I also have significant experience with a wide range of other media like collage, colored pencil, Copic marker, watercolor and ink (pen & Sumi), charcoal, and pencil and am currently expanding my focus into more digitally based media. I believe that an expressionist impulse grounds all of my work and is maintained during my oscillation between abstract or figurative subject matters. Visual art is a non-linguistic medium through which I can engage with aspects of myself and the objects of my environment, represent them in a unique composition and consequently understand the focuses of my investigations more fully whether they revolve around dream content, real-life experiences, mythological archetypes, or scientific research.
Rachael Murphy, born in Massachusetts, spent her childhood on Cape Cod and in the Boston area. Murphy’s interest in artmaking is inspired by the artists in her family. Rachael oscillates between realistic imagery and abstract forms, depending on the chosen media. Her style employs complex patterns and colors to make up larger, sometimes recognizable forms. Rachael sees her work as a vehicle for processing personal interactions with the world and how they fold into more significant societal issues.
Rachael began her studies at The Massachusetts College of Art and Design before transferring to the University of Maine. She currently resides in Orono, Maine, pursuing BAs in Studio Art, Art History, and Art Education; and is set to graduate in the Fall of 2021. Rachael aspires to establish a broader understanding of the art world through multiple degrees of study and internships.
Rachael has experience researching and framing artwork. She also worked as a curatorial intern with the Zillman Art Museum from 2019-2020. In addition, she is an assistant with an ongoing, large-scale inventory project for abstract-expressionist Harold Garde’s life work. These experiences have exposed Murphy to various artists, past and active, who use both 2D and 3D media.
Hello all! My name is Marina, or as some of you may know me from my Instagram, Woorat Designs. I am a junior chemical engineering major with a concentration in biology. I believe that art should be practical, which is why I choose to create wearable pieces. The items that I produce are embroidered or reworked secondhand garments, as reducing carbon emissions and water used to create new textiles is a priority of mine. I try to keep the prices of my items as low as possible to give young consumers a more sustainable alternative to fast fashion. Let me know with any questions you have, and enjoy my shop! I am open to commissioned pieces, don't hesitate to reach out if interested!
Aloha! My name is Bella Nesti, and I am an artist and full-time student studying at Harvard University. I'm originally from Honolulu, HI, and have always loved making drawings and sculptures and generally being creative.
Feel free to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) if you have any questions or special requests.
Hey! My name is Tracy Vu and I'm a second year student attending UCLA with a mechanical engineering major and a planned entrepreneurship minor. I run a small art business - **@foreigncrafts** - on Instagram. I work by commission and would love to be able to create something for you! Please feel free to dm me if you have any questions.
**Tracy Vu x foreigncrafTs** 🤍
Hi! I'm Emma, and I'm a New Media major at UMaine. I have minors in Graphic Design and Studio Art, and hopefully will be getting job in the design field once I graduate. I started my Etsy shop as a side gig just over a year ago, and hope to someday make that my full time job. In the meantime, I spend my time making new products, bullet journaling and managing my obsession with house plants.
I work primarily in pen and ink for illustration as well as oil/acrylic for painting. My work has adapted a black and white or muted aesthetic as I find it relaxes me. The process of creating work with Black ink on white paper, removes the chaos of the world and places intention each line while invoking a contrasting state of overstimulation and peace. I am an intuitive worker for the most part and often begin in one corner of a page and extend outward over a period of may days.