courtesy of Allegra Boverman



I love creatively interpreting life.  I studied art and interior design at Endicott College after a career as an educator and mother.  My sense of color and design led me to the field of interior design, serving clients around the North Shore until moving to London. 

I began painting with watercolors while simultaneously taking sculpture classes.  Over several years this evolved into a desire to paint with more dimension - a desire to mix the two worlds.  My passion is painting and creating texture through layering, scraping, and building up complex fields of color.  This is accomplished with oil paint combined with marble dust, cold wax, metal paints and charcoal.  My sculptures are made from silk wrapped paper which I treat with metallic paints.

I am a member of the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) and New England Sculptors Association (NESA), serving on their Board.  I have exhibited work with Rockport Art Association, Cortile Gallery, Newburyport Art Association, North Shore Arts Association, Concord Art, Endicott College, Marblehead Art Association, Galatea Fine Art, Charles Fine Art,  and with the Experimental Group of RAA.  

My studio is located at 67A Bearskin Neck in Rockport, MA.  When I am not painting or doing sculpture, Iā€™m thinking about painting and doing sculpture.

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance
— Aristotle