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The Boston Globe. Sunday, December 27 2020
The Boston Globe. Sunday, December 6 2020
Alex Adamo is a mixed media maker, a wide eyed-globetrotter,
a proud mother of two beautiful hedgehogs. Born and raised in Peekskill, New York,
Alex made her way to Massachusetts to pursue her love
of storytelling through photography.
Until recently, she spent her days teaching afterschool in Cambridge
and conducting art events for babies, kids, and adults at hip local venues.
Then the world changed, and she took her art instruction online!
Currently, she's running Alex Makes Art full-time,
hosting virtual classes and events for the coolest kiddos in the world.
She also does private lessons, home design projects, and guest artist lectures regularly.
Through Alex Makes Art, she's creating a unique virtual
art community for kiddos, one craft at a time!
Meet the Team!
Gerald Anthony Lane is a Brooklyn-based
illustrator, animator, and video editor.
He has worked in a variety of artistic roles:
content creator for NowThis, printer, art framer, freelance graphics artist... the list goes on.
His current illustration work ranges from cute and silly,
to dark and mysterious, and his multidisciplinary approach to visual art allows him to consistently
learn new practices and reinvent his style.
When he’s not at the drawing table, Gerald enjoys
DJing, video games, TED talks, mint ice cream,
and lots and lots of coffee.
Khai Tran earned his BFA at the Visual Arts
Conservatory at Purchase College in 2015. Since graduating, he has worn a variety of different hats within the art world, from art handling to arts management.
Currently, Khai works mainly as a painter,
and uses his deep knowledge of drawing to create amazing works on canvas.With a background in teaching all age groups, he has facilitated arts workshops at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center as well as
private painting and drawing lessons
Khai currently lives and works in
New Rochelle, New York.
Check out what our friends and families have to say about Alex Makes Art!
"My daughter really
struggles with virtual learning
and I was so grateful to hear your
positivity and encouragement through Zoom."