Palaver Strings – Season 6

I’m very excited to announce my collaboration with Boston-based, musician-led ensemble, Palaver Strings on their sixth season. A little about them from their site:

Palaver Strings is a musician-led string ensemble and nonprofit organization founded in Boston in 2014. Now in its fifth season, Palaver has established itself as a forward-thinking ensemble whose mission is rooted in community and creative programming. Palaver has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Shalin Liu Center, and a celebration of the Lullaby Project at Carnegie Hall, and has toured the East and West Coasts of the United States. Palaver has been Ensemble in Residence at the Boston Center for the Arts since 2017, and continues a longstanding residency at Bay Chamber Concerts in Rockport, ME. Equally passionate about education, Palaver plans to open the Palaver Community Music School in Portland, ME in 2019, with the goal of fostering creativity and dialogue and making high-quality music education accessible to students of all backgrounds.

For the collaboration, I created six unique pieces to illustrate each curated program theme. The original works are drawn with graphite on 8 x 10” archival paper.

PTown for the summer

If you happen to visit the *magical place* that is Provincetown, MA (aka. PTown), stop into beloved contemporary art and design gallery, Room 68, and see some of my most recent work.

“Founded in 2011, Room 68 first opened its doors at 68 South Street in Jamaica Plain, Boston. In 2014, the main showroom was relocated to Provincetown, Massachusetts —at the very tip of Cape Cod. It has become a lively destination spot on Provincetown’s bustling Commercial Street, hosting regular art openings and special events with artists, makers, and fellow local businesses.”

You can also shop select pieces and prints online at (or click the image below).

*NEW* Limited edition prints!

Just listed this afternoon—I’m excited to offer my very first (very short) run of archival prints!

Printed on Moab Entrada Rag 100% cotton fine art paper, these are acid-free and rival the originals.

Find them in my Shop or on Etsy

If you happen to be in Provincetown, MA this summer, stop by and say hello to Brent and Eric at Room 68, where they’re showing a select few original drawings, custom framed by my husband, John Greiner.