Debby Krim Arts
450 Harrison Avenue, Studio #223A
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
Photography featuring “The Colors of White”, an evocative series of photographs that focus on the shapes, textures, patterns, and beautifully simple variations within the color white. The magnification of her floral subjects allows for a visual exploration of a monochromatic theme.
Debby’s concept, “fusion foto blocs”, are a grouping of over 2000 different photographs in a 3 dimensional form, that can be mixed and matched according to the customer’s taste. “The Creative Zone”, a wall in studio 223a, provides a space for visitors to explore the unlimited possibilities.
Contemporary Art Jewelry is Debby’s current passion. She creates one-of-a-kind pieces, mostly in sterling silver, each piece treated as a small sculpture, developed with a minimalist sensibility.
Her galleries include three of Boston’s finest, two of them in The SoWa Art + Design District: Lanoue Gallery and Jules Place, as well as the Copley Society, where Debby is the first (and currently only) photographer to reach “Copley Master” status.
Her studio is open to the public most Sundays throughout the year as well as the First Friday of each month for “First Friday” at 450 Harrison Ave. Also on view at her studio, as always, is her most current work as well as her whimsical oil paintings of toys.