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A Call for All Artists

A Call for All Artists

Hello Beautiful Creators, Welcome to @siearra. Where artists come together, literally. Myself (Siearra Papuga) & the wonderful artist Matthew Stec are partnering to create a space where artists can come together to do three things: Share Sell/Buy Be Informed We do not discriminate against any […]

Featured Artist: this could be you!

Featured Artist: this could be you!

This could be you! Email us: spapuga@lesley.edu Name, Medium, Brief Descriptions – Feel free to send examples of your work too!

The Mission

The Mission

Age of the Millennials: Introduction

Age of the Millennials: Introduction

Being an ambitious millennial can be so exhausting. Graduate high school, get yourself a college education, gain some experience in different fields, fancy a couple not for profits, learn a little, get a full time job … then what? I’m twenty-two and I find myself […]

Why I Fight For Planned Parenthood & Why You Should Too.

Why I Fight For Planned Parenthood & Why You Should Too.

Defy: (verb) to willingly/openly resist or obey    an action that makes an idea impossible   #IDEFY slut-shaming. #IDEFY abortion stigma. #IDEFY sub-par sex ed. Planned Parenthood doesn’t deserve to be the center of such negative attention. Tell me, why, for the amount of work […]

Opening Shop: Featuring Matt Stec

Opening Shop: Featuring Matt Stec

The new SHOP section @ siearra.com is a HUGE part of the brand.  It’s basically half the reason why the site was reincarnated. We @ siearra.com always want to make you, the readers, the main attraction. What are your interests? What music are you listening to? What memes get you out of bed in the morning?

Most importantly, what do you DO?

Whatever it is you love, We want to be a part of it. Matt Stec is an artist and close friend of mine. His pieces will be the first to be featured on the website because his work is beautiful, inspiring and what he LOVES to DO. He IS his work. He’s a perfect example of a local artist that has the brightest potential – and @siearra wants everyone to see, love, cherish, buy and revel in his art – in ALL of your art. It’s important to remember where you came from, why it was and STILL is important to you and keep supporting it any way that you can.

If you’d like to be a part of the movement, whatever it is that you do – email me at mail@siearra.com – tell me a little bit about yourself and what you’d like to share w/ the world.

 

Matt Stec is a visual artist based in Western Massachusetts. His talent for the arts does not end with a single medium or style. Throughout his pursuit of higher education he has devoted tremendous time to his trade. From grandiose, vivid landscapes to charcoal portraiture, and everything in between, Matt Stec creates more than an image when he completes a piece.

Instagram: www.instagram.com/mattstecfineart/

Website: mattstecart.com

Contact: artbymattstec@gmail.com

SweetBitter – a story of wine, love & late night stumbles home

SweetBitter – a story of wine, love & late night stumbles home

I’ve been eager to write a review about SweetBitter since the moment I scrolled over its cover shinning through Emma Robert’s Instagram. (Sidenote: if you don’t take literature suggestions from Emma Robert’s Instagram you’re absolutely missing out) Stephanie Danler has this amazing talent of capturing a […]

The Truth Behind Your Coffee Order : Nutrition w/ Dom

The Truth Behind Your Coffee Order : Nutrition w/ Dom

    Whether it be on a Sunday morning while reading the paper or helping you get through the work day, it is no doubt that coffee is a staple in many of our lives.  With so many people wondering, “Is coffee a habit I […]

HomeTown Artist: Warren Lotas

HomeTown Artist: Warren Lotas

Via his instagram, on Saturday Dec. 10th around 4pm, Boston native Warren Lotas made it clear that if you weren’t in Harvard square by 8pm then you weren’t getting any free merch.

Not only was it cold (I was literally ordering a hot chocolate as my boyfriend dictated the post) but it was dark and the meeting place was announced to be in the JFK park. However, a New England December night was not going to stop Lotas fans. About thirty people showed up by 9pm giving the first ten their pick of 1/10 free custom pieces. Three pairs of jeans, four t-shirts, a jean jacket, a leather jacket and a flannel.

Lotas speaks of his pieces exactly as they look.  They’re punk – each piece different and created from something that was once one thing and is now another. His persona is mirrored through his work – skeletons, naked woman – the essence of grunge. DIY custom painted pieces can’t be easy to create and maintain but somehow through his love for motorcycles and Grim Reapers he’s made himself a HomeTown Artist gone WorldWide Influencer.

Want to check him out?:

https://warrenlotas.com/

https://www.instagram.com/warrenlotas/?hl=en

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Ten to Arrive