Robert Siegelman Studio 58

Studio 58 is an extension of my Boston studio.

In this blog you can find examples of my work in photography, and other media.

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-Bob

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  2. An Arab Melancholia
By
Abdellah Taia

    An Arab Melancholia

    By

    Abdellah Taia

     
     
  3. Christopher-Leo

    Christopher-Leo

     
     
  4. Robert Siegelman Endless Summer Unique Digital Photograph on Analog Record2014—This piece will be  exhibited in the Fort Point Open Studios Group Show , opening October 16,Show dates are: September 25-October 19, 2014Fort Point Arts Community Gallery,300 Summer Street Boston MA 02210 USA

    Robert Siegelman 

    Endless Summer 

    Unique Digital Photograph on Analog Record

    2014



    This piece will be  exhibited in the Fort Point Open Studios Group Show , opening October 16,

    Show dates are: September 25-October 19, 2014

    Fort Point Arts Community Gallery,

    300 Summer Street 
    Boston MA 02210 USA

     
     
  5. Tom At The Farm
Michel Marc Bouchard

    Tom At The Farm

    Michel Marc Bouchard

     
     
  6. Street Work
Installation
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Photo by Steven Muller

    Street Work

    Installation

    Photo by Steven Muller

     
     
  7. peterhujararchive:


Paul Thek’s Studio Wall, with Clippings, 1967

    peterhujararchive:

    Paul Thek’s Studio Wall, with Clippings, 1967

     
     
  8. The 249 A Street Cooperative celebrates its 30th anniversary with an exhibition of works by the current members of this thriving artists’ building. Resident artists are showing paintings, prints, sculpture, drawing, photography, mixed-media and ceramics.

     

    The Co-operative was the first artist-owned, live/work, limited equity Co-op in Massachusetts, and the Fort Point Arts Community’s first artists’ housing development project. 249 A Street continues to serve as a model for artists’ housing throughout the nation.

     


     

    Participating artists: 

    Susan Anderson, Domingo Barreres, Bebe Beard, Martin Berinstein, 

    Laura Davidson, Jane Deutsch, Rebecca Leviss Dwyer, Don Eyles, 

    Ruth Fields, Dorothy Hebden-Heath, Anton Grassl, Jeffrey Heyne, 

    Lisa Knox, Marc LeSaffre, Mary McCarthy, Bonnie Mineo, 

    Steven Muller, Dan Osterman, Miklos Pogany, Bruce Rogovin, 

    Paola Savarino, Gabrielle Schaffner, Jim Sheldon, Robert Siegelman,

     Sylvia Stagg-Giuliano, Lenore Tenenblatt, Nan Tull, 

    Dorothea Van Camp, George Vasquez, Shirley Veenema


     

    The gallery will be open during this year’s Fort Point Open Studios, October 17, 18, 19, and by appointment.

    Location        

    249 A Street, Fort Point, Boston MA 02210

    To schedule an appointment,

     contact: Rebecca Dwyer at redwyer@aol.com or Gabrielle Schaffner at gsos@rcn.com

     
     
  9. The Hours 
Michael Cunningham

    The Hours 

    Michael Cunningham

     
     
  10. Stephen

    Stephen