I interviewed Resa Blatman at the Bloc 11 Cafe in Somerville, Mass. We talked about her recent trip to the Arctic, the gentrification of Somerville and its implication for artists, her artwork inspired by Global Climate Change, and art as a commodity, among other things.
Resa Blatman is a Somerville-based artist. She is the recipient of several grants, and her work as been featured in numerous magazines and online journals-- most recently, a review of her two-person show, “Landscape Remade” at Northeastern University, in Big, Red & Shiny. She received her BFA in graphic design from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, where she’s been teaching advanced level graphic design since 1997; she also holds an MFA in painting from Boston University.
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