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Jamaica Plain Open Studios 2016

Save the Date: Jamaica Plain Open Studios is Sept 17 and 18, 2016 from 11-6. Lots of new works on display and for sale. And, you might see some other artists there, as well… 😉

The Biggest Open Studios in Boston!

Honey Doo! by Matt McKee
Honey Doo!

Join me at The Footlight Club, (7A Eliot St, JP) Saturday and Sunday (Sept 17-18) where I will be premiering new photographic works on metal and wood! I will have some Show Only Specials like last year and lots of new images!

Bear Trap! (above) is 16×24, dye sublimation on polished aluminum.

The Jamaica Plain Open Studios (JPOS) is an annual celebration of the arts in Jamaica Plain that gives the public and artists an opportunity to connect, converse and deal in art works. A volunteer-driven event, JPOS takes place in artists’ homes and studios as well as group sites and businesses throughout Jamaica Plain. JPOS reflects the vibrancy and diversity of the neighborhood, and strengthens a dynamic community of artists, patrons, and supporters. Artists network with each other, meet an enthusiastic audience, display and sell work, and have fun!

Honey Doo! is the latest in the Sweet Blasts! portfolio. Inspired by our best and strongest pollinators, Honey Doo! was created on location at Friendly Crossways in Harvard, MA. Mary Helen and Keith were great to work with and kept us from getting stung!

Their facility makes awesome honey and also does a great events business for the wedding and corporate crowd!

Related Stories from the Studio . . .

Matt McKee Feature Artcover magazine spread featuring Matt McKee

ARTCOVER magazine does a Matt McKee Feature during a studio visit. See the spread and read the article. Heck, read the whole magazine. It's good!

Dye Infused Aluminum Print
Part of the Sweet Blasts! Series.

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For more information about this image, its availability or getting similar images for your marketing, please contact the studio:

Matt McKee Photography
617-910-9314 m-f 9-5 pm est

Ever wonder how the Sweet Blasts! series is created? Here is a short behind the scenes look at how we created the photoshoot on location.


"McKee's photographs examine what can sustain life, or destroy it." says the Boston City Paper about Matt McKee's display at Masterpiece Gallery


Good vs Eeevil back on for a battle at Space242 opening and three of mine were there!