Endicott College and Beverly Main Streets are pleased to announce that the official Arts Fest 2015: Community Art Exhibition featured artist is Alyssa Watters. Alyssa Watters is an oil painter/entrepreneur living and working in Beverly, MA. Originally from Ledyard, Connecticut, Alyssa moved to Beverly in 2003 to attend Montserrat College of Art, and has been there ever since. She graduated in 2007 and has gone on to create and run her own company, artbyalyssa. As a painter, designer, and entrepreneur Alyssa is an inspiration to all artists who are established and upcoming. Ms. Watters work is an excellent representation of the fine art that is created in Beverly. A multi-talented artist, she has been successful not only in the fine arts, but has created her own gift product line that is available for wholesale and retail across the country. Using her original images she creates calendars, coasters, magnets, and cards. Alyssa recently teamed up with Holly from The Salty Cottage, to share a studio workspace at 110 Cabot Street. The pair plans to use the space to produce their products and fulfill orders, meet with clients by appointment and host pop-up shopping events at different times throughout the year. To learn more about what Alyssa does visit: alyssawatters.com
As the Arts Fest Featured Artist, Alyssa will be given a prominent space at the Arts Fest Exhibition at the Manninen Center for the Arts, Endicott College, 376 Hale Street, Beverly from . Gallery hours are: Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12 Noon. Closed: July 3. Alyssa will be recognized at the opening reception on Her images will be used for promotional materials and she will receive a booth space at the Arts Fest 2015 on Cabot Street on . Stop by and see her! Alyssa Watters and the work that she does in Beverly prove that Beverly is and will continue to be a thriving arts district.
The Arts Fest 2015: Community Art Exhibition at Endicott College is a juried exhibition, open to all artists who live in Beverly, work in Beverly, go to school in Beverly, or have an affiliation with an arts organization in Beverly. Young artists are given the opportunity to exhibit their works alongside professionals. If you are interested in submitting your work for Arts Fest 2015 Community Art Exhibition, please contact Kathleen Moore, coordinator of visual arts at Endicott College. Her contact information is 978-232-2655 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Congratulations Alyssa, we look forward to seeing your work in our gallery during the Arts Fest 2015 Exhibition.