Allison Tanenhaus

Collage artist, Graphic Designer, Writer, Digital Abstract Artist

Allison Tanenhaus is a Boston-based digital glitch artist who specializes in abstract geometrics, vibrant color fields, optical perspectives, playful patterns, mind-bending motion, and unexpected dimensional qualities. Her source material consists of daily photographs, previous glitch works, and vintage artifacts that she digitally alters via smartphone. Created with equal parts deliberation and experimentation, the results are rainbow-hued, architectural, fantastical compositions that take on a psychedelic life of their own.
instagram: @atanenhaus
venmo: @atanenhaus 

What can you do to support this artist?
1. Buy something on etsy.
2. "Hire me to create still images (prints, building wraps, wallpaper) for interior design, commercial art, and environmental projects."
3. "Hire me to create album art, branding, and videos for your musical projects."

OJ Slaughter

Photographer, Collage Artist, Graphic Designer

OJ Slaughter is a Boston based Creative Consultant who uses a hands on approach to service their community.  They strive to create work that is cohesive to brands and artists design needs. Their work for major news organizations like WBUR and curation skills have been noted by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Center for the Arts, and the Institute of Contemporary Art.
venmo: @rinne-fruster
instagram: @oj_slaughter

What can you do to support this artist?
1. Share OJ's work. 
2. Buy a print.

3. Book a shoot in advance or buy a gift certificate for a shoot for someone - they don't expire.
4. "Help me pay for my monthly website subscription till this eases up."

Nina Miller

Painter, Collage artist, Maker, Installation Artist/Sculptor

In my practice I work within a rigid framework combining organic form and color to evoke playful moments of time. Materials that I find on the street and natural, strange found objects particularly interest me. My work involves experimenting with combinations of discarded materials and fabricated form. By using color and surface treatment on these collected forms, I create compositions focused on memory, nostalgia and childhood. The marks and colors applied to forms and canvas are thoughtful yet come from an intuitive place. This approach brings curiosity through mark making and results in unexpected moments that inspire the work. The multiple mediums used within a framework begin to interact and blend inside those moments.
venmo: @ninamiller208
instagram: @ninamillart

What can you do to support this artist?
1. "If you are interested in any small paintings, I am willing to create small postcard sized works to send in the mail!"   
2. "I don't have access to a printer to make prints of my current works, but can make commissions."