Land and Sea  (Copyright © 2015 Paula Ogier)

Land and Sea (Copyright © 2015 Paula Ogier)

Please come on over to my new site for my latest post, Journey Back to the 70s: Creative Expression in Interiors, Graphics, Fashion & Food.



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Paula Ogier artistFor my musings on creativity, aging, and the way we think about age in numbers, join me on my new-ish blog site for The Illusion in Numbers.


GorillapodHi there. If you haven’t been to my new blog site yet, head on over to my latest post, Technology, Travels and Toulouse-Latrec, for some post-NYC / MOMA thoughts.

My chilly, fast-paced long weekend in NYC included an afternoon at the Toulouse-Latrec print exhibit at the MOMA.

I’d love it if you subscribed to the new blog, Let Me Illustrate My Point, as I’m continuing to shift my focus to that one.

See you there.


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If you missed my recent post about my new blog site, Let Me Illustrate My Point, I’m here to mention it again. Come visit me there.

Have a LOVEly day!


Cow art

At the Moovies
(Copyright © 2013 Paula Ogier)

Hello friends,

I’ve started a brand new blog site called Let Me Illustrate My Point to focus more on my current creative interests and direction. The jury’s still out on whether I’ll continue the Boston Artist blog site. For now, it stays. I appreciate your readership!

Please have a look at the new blog site, and feel free to tell me what you think.



Throw Nothing Away

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Catnip Memoirs (Copyright © 2015 Paula Ogier)

There’s a lot of art I work on with a vision of it or a purpose for it. Then there are odd little things I spend hours drawing that I have no idea if they will ever go anywhere. Meaning, will it find its way into a piece one day? (Honestly, It doesn’t have to, because the practice of drawing and designing is still both gratifying and a great investment.)

Sometimes it turns out down the line that these weird little bits are perfect for an image I’m working on. I might look through my digital files and stumble across patterns or images I’d completely forgotten I’d drawn last season or last year, and find something that is just right for including in a new image. Creating my final “paintings” can be like putting a collage together.

Like the pattern on the sofa in the image above. I made that for no reason at all, and it turned out to be just what this feline typist needed to sit on.

See more of my art.

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Studio Inspirations


My UPPERCASE magazines, in no particular order.

I love them even when I’m not reading them. I mean, LOOK at them.

UPPERCASE is “for the creative and curious.” I started subscribing to it a couple of years ago, and I’ve purchased a few back copies. It comes out once per season, and each issue has several themes. Themes like surface design, memory, storytelling, stitches, color, lettering, paper, adventure, ornamentation…this list seems random, I know, and sometimes it does seem that way but it’s always a fun read.

See for yourself. They publish some pretty cool looking books, too, though I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting any of them yet.


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