Boston Artist Matthew Zaremba Has Used Art and Instagram to Process Reality and Capture His Feelings

Matthew Zaremba (b. 1983) is a multidisciplinary artist best known for his minimalist illustrations examining the human condition and the intricacies of the head and the heart. Boston-based and internationally recognized, Zaremba is a published visual storyteller whose work spans a myriad of mediums from print to paintings to public murals.

He shared the doodles that started on paper, on canvas, on murals, and most commonly, digitally, on Instagram. He keeps notes on his phone and in notebooks about random thoughts and feelings, things said in conversations. It’s his daily exercise in unwinding.

More: Matthew Zaremba, Instagram h/t: bostonglobe

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