Here are some of my favorite links to sites on Jamaica Plain, art, art education and friends. If you have a link to a site that you think might interest me, please contact me.
Paolo Soleri’s experimental Arcology in the Arizona desert. I worked on the project during the summer of 1973, and continue to have contact with it.
- Art New England at Bennington College
My “Art Camp”. This is a great program, through Massachusetts College of Art, that happens for three weeks each summer at Bennington College in Vermont.
- Eclipse Mill, North Adams MA
It is this mill project that got me interested in North Adams, MA. I hope to own a studio in a mill in North Adams some day.
- Family Stories
My first web site. On this site you will find my early digital photomontage work. They are about people in my family.
- Wikipedia, Jamaica Plain page
Here is what Wikipedia has to say about my neighborhood. There is a lot of interesting history here!
- Jamaica Plain Open Studios
The website for JPOS. I was a founding member of JPOS, and show my work at open studios every year.
- Mass MOCA
The largest contemporary art museum in the world, located in an old mill in North Adams, MA.
- Mother of All Art History Links
From the University of Michigan, this is a fabulous and comprehensive art history website.
- My Art Space: Dawn Nelson
My web page in a site that is like “Facebook” for visual artists.
- North Adams, MA
The North Adams website.
- Spring Hills Farm
Lala Zeitlyn’s families farm. This is one of the places where I take workshops with Tim Hawkesworth and Lala Zeitlyn. It is just north of Scranton, PA, and it is wonderful!
- Timothy Hawkesworth
Tim Hawkesworth’s art website. Tim and Lala are my painting mentors.
- Timothy Hawkesworth Drawing Workshops
Info on workshops with Tim, at the Norristown Arts Center, and at the farm.
- Weston Public Schools
The website for my school system.
- Weston Middle School Art
A gallery of artwork done by students at my school.
- The Mill Children Project, Brill Gallery
Here is information about The Mill Children Exhibit and Project, a collaborative art project based on Lewis Hine’s child labor photographs at Eclipse Mill, North Adams, Massachusetts.