Studio Tour with artists Emily Eveleth and Candice Ivy

May 17, 2023


Please join us Wednesday, May 17th, for a studio visit and tour with artists Emily Eveleth and Candice Ivy. Located at Tripp Street Artists at 35 Tripp Street in Framingham, MA, this tour will include a peek into their process and works in progress. 

This is a special fundraising event, limited to 20 people. $45 for members, $60 for non-members.

Image: Emily Eveleth’s Studio / Candice Ivy, Hummm, 2020, wood, glass, clay, 10 x 9.5 x 10 feet

At Emily Eveleth’s studio you will see some works from two new series in progress. 

“I want my paintings to form genres all unto themselves. As they span the boundaries between formal portraiture and expansive landscape, freely pulling in references from art history and allusions to contemporary life, my ambition is for them to radiate the seduction of objects of projected desire.” -EE

Eveleth’s doughnut series will be shown in February 2024 at the Miles McEnery Gallery in New York.  The figurative works, including a wall-sized installation made expressly for the gallery’s space, for which you will see lush oil sketches, will be exhibited at the Anderson Yezerski Gallery in Boston in May 2024.  Eveleth’s works have been written about in Bomb Magazine, Art in America, the New Yorker, and the New York Times. More work at

Candice Ivy is a multimedia artist whose work explores the relationship between storytelling, material and the natural world.  She received her BA in Fine Arts from Coker College in 1999 and her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University, Boston, MA in 2006. Her multimedia works have been shown both nationally and internationally in large scale exhibitions at Piccolo Spoleto, Charleston, SC; Davis Museum, Wellesley, MA; Sguardi Sonori in Venice, Benevento, and Frascati, Italy; Taipei Artist’s Village, Taipei, Taiwan; Urban Occupations Urbaines in Montreal, Canada; Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA; the Universidad Catolica in Santiago, Chile.

Fellowships she has received include the Saint Gaudens Memorial Fellowship, Cornish, NH; TAV Fellowship, Taipei, Taiwan; and most recently in 2022, an SMFA/Tufts Traveling Fellowship to Ireland and Scotland where she explored folklore and ritual surrounding holy wells. 

Ivy is currently a faculty member in the Studio Arts Department at Boston College.