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Bostonian of the day: Randi Siu

Randi Siu Featured in Newspaper Article

May 2017 A Show Full of Positive Energy
Randi Siu is featured in the Albert Lea Tribune’s Arts & Culture section about her current exhibit “Hearts & Flowers” and her connection to Albert Lea. 
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Randi Siu and VIDA Voices: Art and Socially Responsible Fashion Partner up to produce a new fashion collection!

September 2015
Please enjoy viewing the collection and take advantage of this opportunity to support literacy, while you enjoy wearing an original print fashion item from an original painting of mine.
This premiere collection is now available to view and order.

Randi Siu Featured in Newspaper Article

February 2015
Randi Siu is featured in Carlisle Mosquito Newspaper in article about her three art exhibits, being shown concurrently in the greater Boston area.
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Concord Art Association: Who's Where and When

February 2014
Randi Siu’s painting “Concertino,” is being featured in the Mass General Hospital Cancer Center’s 2014 calendar for the month of February.
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Guest Speaker on "The Art of Positive Energy"

February 13, 2013
Boston Rotary Club Valentine Scholarship Fundraiser Event.
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Expression Art Exhibit Newspaper Article

September 14, 2012
Randi Siu is featured in article about Expressions Art Exhibit in Carlisle Mosquito Newspaper.
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Bostonian of the Day

February 24, 2012
Randi Siu is featured as "Bostonian of the Day" in Panorama Magazine.
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Randi Siu: TV Artist Interview

January 23, 2012
BNN TV Channel 9, Boston "It's All About the Arts"

The work of Randi Siu is not just energetic brushstrokes - it is full of life. The shapes, symbols and anthropomorphic forms radiates through the use of colour. The surfaces from canvas to canvas are consistently full of light. There exists an ethereal quality and in the obvious is supported by shapes of sail, steam, turbulence reminiscent of the great British J.M.W. Turner. Her work being somewhat more abstracted. The mystery and beguile remains throughout the work.

~Tom Butterfield MBE
Bermuda Masterworks Museum founder