Aaron Dana’s exhibition, 20 Minutes or Less, is a crowd sourced portrait project up at Voltage Coffee in August 2014 where all drawings were done in 20 minutes or less.
Photo credit to Boston photographer Julie Ciollo (http://julieciollo.com/)
The art collective, !nd!v!duals (“Individuals”), installed this guy at The Foundry Building pop up art show, “The Foundry Equation”, June 2013.
Barbara Cone’s art as part of the group exhibition by MassWax at Voltage, 2013.
Title wall for Adam O’Day’s show, “GUMBO” at Voltage, January 2014.
Installation shot of Adam O’Day’s collaborative show, “GUMBO”, January 2014.
Gregory Cooke’s installation “Enchanted Forest” at The Foundry Building for art pop up, “The Foundry Equation”, June 2013.
Installation show of two works by Stephanie Goode, part of a literary salon month long feature on travel, memory and nostalgia.
Photograph by Jae Ruberto, part of the “Bring Back the Shot” exhibition at Voltage, 2012.
Wesley Simon’s “Untitled”, part of the Staff Only show at Voltage, 2011
Installation of John Savoia’s photographs at Voltage for the exhibit, “Bring Back the Shot”, 2012
Aimee Belanger installation at Voltage, “100 Drawings”, 2012.
Installation at The Foundry Building for the pop up art exhibit, “The Foundry Equation” June 2013. Panels by artist Jess Anderson.
Nick and Matt Zaremba collaborative exhibit at Voltage, “EveryEverything”, 2013.
Kate Castelli work up at Voltage, 2013, as part of the exhibit, “what is left unsaid”.
Nick and Matt Zaremba, “EveryEverything” exhibit 2013.
Voltage Coffee & Art Gallery: A casual yet discerning venue of contemporary local artists. Curated by: Anna Schindelar.
All photographs taken by Anna Schindelar unless otherwise noted.
Paper Stacks, a collaboration by FiftyThree and ALLDAYEVERYDAY.