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Faculty & Staff Shopping Guide 2022

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The Eliot School community includes many instructors and staff who are talented craftspeople/artisans.   See below where you can find their work this holiday season!
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Jared Abner  Studio

Jared Abner

An extremely talented artist who works primarily in wood, here are Jared's own words on his sculptures:

"Simply put, my work is about subtraction and addition. First, through the processes of turning, carving, and cutting away at the raw material, I subtract. Then I put the pieces together again. Creation through destruction. Just like a little kid cutting something with a saw."

To learn more about Jared: Click Here.

To purchase his sculptures: Click Here.


Xscapist Press


A Boston-born and raised artist LJ Baptiste has collaborated with many media giants such as Google, Hasbro, and PBS. LJ’s art can be described as distinctive, masterful, and captivating. When it comes to visual communication, LJ prioritizes authenticity, details, and positive messages. He is best known for his ongoing comic book series Comicxscape. Volumes 1-3 can be purchased HERE

Terry Boutelle

Terry Boutelle

A Boston artist who grew up in rural New England surrounded by woods and pastures, Terry Boutelle's paintings are strongly informed by nature. An active member of the artist community Terry has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in the Massachusetts area. In order to see Terry's work, to find the location of her studio,where she is currently exhibiting, and to attend one of her workshops: Click Here

Jodi Colella Artist

Jodi Colella

Meticulously crafted, eclectic fibers, found objects and forged metal, all thoughtfully fabricated into unusual organic shapes and textures. Wearable art that embodies adornment‚or rather, adorns the body. Click here.

Tara Connaughton

Tara Connaughton

Tara Connaughton is an award-winning artist who has exhibited at art venues across Massachusetts. She specializes in botanical and nature-inspired paintings. Tara uses her passions for painting, love of nature, and teaching to inspire others to create and connect with the world around them. To learn more about Tara and to purchase her work: Click Here


Sarah Coyne

Unique and modern hand-printed goods. Made in Jamaica Plain. Click here.

Jerel Dye Illustration

Jerel Dye

Jerel Dye is a published illustrator from Boston who has been creating art and comics since 2005.  He has produced several self-published mini-comics and has created comic stories for anthologies such as the award-winning Little Nemo/Winsor McCay tribute "Dream Another Dream". Interested in Jerel's work and staying updated on events pertaining to him?: Click Here

Lynda Goldberg–Artist

Lynda Goldberg 

Lynda Goldberg is an award-winning artist who creates one-of-a-kind monotypes that have been exhibited in both solo and group shows.  Her work is in many public, private and non-profit collections across the world. Fun fact three of her pieces can be seen in the mini-series "Olive Kitteridge". To learn more about Lynda and to purchase her work: Click Here

Maggie Ruth Herbals

Maggie Haaland

Maggie Ruth Haaland (she/they) is a queer natural dyer, herbalist, writer, and footbath devotee living in JP. She has studied plant medicine for ten years and has over the past number of years fallen in love with the intersection of fiber and herbal medicine. Her creations can be viewed as handmade plant magic that are made with tenderness.  To view Maggie's shop: Click here


Hajosy Arts

Cristina Hajosy

Cristina Hajosy was born in Rome, Georgia and currently lives and works in Boston, MA. She is the owner of Hajosy Arts, her atelier of photography, printmaking, bookmaking, artists books/journals and decorative papers. Her hand-marbled creations on paper, fabric and home decor items, book arts, hand-printed art supplies, and fine art prints can be purchased : Here

Visiting Mexicans Artists Program: The Dancing Chickens of Ventura Fabian

Norberto Fabian

Honoring the memory of the late and immensely talent (one of Oaxaca’s most respected and accomplished woodcarvers) Ventura Fabian; Noberto Fabian and his partner Blanca Estela Melchor Mendez alongside their children work together to create masterful Oaxacan wood carvings known as “alebrijes” or “figuras de madera” whose history dates back to the pre-Hispanic times in Oaxaca, Mexico. To learn more about the Fabian family and to purchase their art: Click here.

Rooted Relics 

Allison M. Healy

Exotic wood offcuts transformed into memorable keepsakes. Click here

Amy Hitchcock 

Amy Hitchcock 

Amy Hitchcock is a mixed media artist who has been featured in many publications such as the UPPERCASE Magazine and the Jamaica Plain Gazette. Here is an excerpt from Amy on her process:

"When I start my work, I’m often inspired by a photograph and see it as the subject. From there, found objects are added to support the photograph and create a story that either I planned or emerged as I worked on the assemblage. I love working with these discarded and yet once cherished materials".

Interested in learning more about Amy and purchasing her work? Click here.

Kymberlee Keckler

Kymberlee Keckler

A woman of many hats which include bookbinding, ceramics, soap-making and chocolate, Kymberlee Keckler has created amazing products since 1985. To purchase her soaps and chocolates:  SOAP/ CHOCOLATE

Jessamy Kilcollins

Jessamy Kilcollins

Jessamy Kilcollins is an award-winning textile artist, mender, and fashion designer whose works focus on sustainability and the handcrafting process. Her current project is AMENDED, a collection of creatively mended vintage garments that would otherwise end up in the textile waste stream. Interested in learning more about Jessamy and purchasing her works? : Click here

Vicki Kocher Paret

Vicki Kocher Paret

A representational painter  Vicki Kocher Paret creates landscapes and still-life paintings in gouache. Her paintings are the product of her desire to spend time with paint, and to portray the beauty  she see in her encounters.  To learn more about Vicki and to stay updated on her paintings, workshops and events : Click Here

Robin Radin Photography

Robin Radin

Robin Radin is a Boston based photographer whose career as an exhibiting artist and educator has spanned forty years. Her experience as a photographer and darkroom printmaker are reflected in the rich tonal range of her archivally processed black and white gelatin silver prints.  To view her prints:  Click Here.

Dahlia Popovits

Dahlia Popovits

Dahlia Popovits is a multi-talented artist who runs the Dahlia Gallery located at 524 Harrison Ave in the South End. Dahlia Popovits’ boutique woven fabric gallery in Boston, MA (SoWa) features her creations and garments, accessories, and jewelry from herself and other talented artisans. Intrigued? Click Here to learn more about Dahlia and the gallery she runs.

Robert Siegelman

Robert Siegelman

Robert Siegelman is a photographer and printmaker whose teaching is also an art. He teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as well as the Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts, works with artists privately, and leads workshops and classes throughout New England. 

He is represented in Boston by Gallery NAGA, and his work is in many collections including Boston Public Library, MIT, Harvard University Art Museums, DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Park, Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art (New York City) 

To view Robert's work : Click Here (Any post can be printed to desired size). To view Robert's work in-person: Click Here

Quontay Turner

Quontay Turner

Quonaty Turner  also known as "Q" is a creative entrepreneur who is the founder of the Emerald City Plant shop which is a Black/womxm operated shop in Massachusetts. In her spare time, Q loves building connections and sharing resources with those new to the Boston area as one of the lead organizers of the Boston Young Black Professionals (YBP).  Check out the Emerald City Plant Shop here