Archive for October, 2014

SoWa Sunday Carnival of Curiosities

This coming Sunday, October 26, in Boston is the last SoWa Sunday of 2014!

It also marks the annual tradition of The Carnival of Curiosities costume contest at 460 Harrison Avenue. Here are the details for The Carnival of Curiosities.

While you’re there, drop by my studio at 450 Harrison Avenue (studio 203)! I’d love to meet you. I’ll be there from 12:30-5:30 pm.


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Community Colors at Harriet Tubman GalleryGreetings! I’m honored and happy to announce that I’ll be a part of the annual Community Colors art exhibit at the Harriet Tubman Gallery in Boston’s South End from November 5-December 12.

Opening reception:
Wednesday, November 5, 6-8 pm
Harriet Tubman Gallery, 566 Columbus Avenue

Not only is this collaborative art exhibit inspired by community, but it benefits Boston’s South End community as well: 20% of art sales goes to supporting high quality art programming for the Childrens’ Art Centre of the United South End Settlements.

Come join us!

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Dedham Street by Paula Ogier

Have you seen the time lapse video of Boston by Julian Tryba? It is quite beautiful. I recommend watching it on full screen to fully appreciate the perspectives.

Someone I know, who like me grew up in a small Midwestern town, recently remarked about this video: “This helps explain how a small-town girl falls in love with a city.” I couldn’t agree more.

Watch it here:  Layer Time Lapse Boston by Julian Trybo

Artwork pictured above:
Dedham Street (Copyright © 2009 Paula Ogier)

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Art Deco wrapping paperAs soon as I got my Tangerine Sunday shop up and running on Spoonflower.com, I ordered three rolls of the satin finish wrapping papers with my Art Deco designs. I was excited to see how they would look, and when they arrived I was not disappointed!

The weight of the paper is perfect for gift wrapping, the feel is luxurious, and the color saturation is even better than I dreamed.

I love these and I think they’ll make beautiful holiday wraps.

The three designs in the photo to the left are (from left to right): Jade, Paris Pearl Drop, Perfumed Garden.

And here’s a close-up below (from top to bottom): Paris Pearl Drop, Jade, Perfumed Garden.

Art Deco wrapping paper

If you’d like to order some, they are here in my Tangerine Sunday shop. Just find the design you like (which you will first see as a fabric option), then click on the wrapping paper option.

Happy wrapping.

If you’re up for seeing more color and new work, take a look at what I’ve been doing. If you like poster art, I have some new poster designs.

Thanks for coming by.

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