Spotlight Projects

I like to look for canvases that fuse business, art and community in unexpected ways. Over the last 8 years,  I envisioned, curated and creative directed a collection of public art projects, including painted recycling containers for CSWD, art-spangled doors at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, a mural at the King Street Center, painted sails at the Lake Champlain Community Sailing Center, a 3 block long mural on Outdoor Gear Exchange and a community mural on Ben & Jerry’s flagship scoop shop.

Our Mountains Our Home | September 2018

“Vermont artist Jess Graham has spent much of the month of August methodically covering a downtown Burlington wall with a colorful 206′ by 16′ mural. The Cherry Street project was commissioned by Outdoor Gear Exchange and it depicts open-air activities during all four seasons. After blocking out the design, community volunteers began showing up to help paint – about 40 people have participated so far. Organized by local art champion, Jill Badolato, ‘Our Mountains, Our Home’ should be completed by mid-September.” – Eva Solberger, Stuck In Vermont
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Muralist
Jess Graham

Curator, Creative Director, Project Manager
Jill Badolato

Above The Radar International Graffiti Festival | September 2017

VT’s first International Graffiti Festival took place on September 15-17, 2017.  This was a collaboration of Anthill Collective and community sponsors. The mission of this event is to raise awareness and help to eliminate the stigma associated with graffiti as an art form. Our goal is to show the VT public that this is a legitimate modern art form and that furthermore it can be used as a medium for social change.
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This event served as a window into an otherwise misunderstood lifestyle; an opportunity to offer a different perspective into the lives of artists who often operate under the radar. This festival was a huge success– Giving artists the opportunity to openly create in the public arena… Above The Radar!

Creative Direction and Co-Project Producers, Instigator
Anthill Collective

Co-Instigator, Co-Project Producers, Engaged Grant Maker, Art Instigator
Jill Badolato

RETN Re-Cap Video | Above The Radar

Above The Radar

Anthill Collective, Dealer.com, The Spot on the Dock and Lake Champlain Transportation Company host Vermont’s first ever public art project showcasing artists…

Art Of Recycling Mural Project | Jan-May 2015

Changing The Face of Recycling 

Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD), with a public art grant from Dealer.com, invited local artists to paint murals on eight of CSWD’s 22-foot-long recycling containers to create a more beautiful, engaging recycling experience while drawing attention to our community’s efforts to reduce waste.
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A portion of each mural was painted using reclaimed resources, including recycled paint collected at the CSWD Environmental Depot.

This fusion of art and recycling creates containers that are fully functional, interactive works of art. The containers will be used to collect recyclables from the public and are constantly in motion between depots.

Creative Director,  Project Manager, Engaged Grant Maker
Jill Badolato

Artists In Collaboration
Mary Lacy (Jericho, VT)
Anthill Collective (Burlington, VT)
Sarah-Lee Terrat (Waterbury, VT)
Abby Manock (Burlington Native, Brooklyn)
Max Hodgson (Burlington Native, Brooklyn)
Clark Derbes & Wylie Garcia (Burlington)
Jeff Hodgdon (Burlington, VT)
Sloan Collins (Essex, VT)

Photography
Michael Sipe Jr.

VPR | Group Of Artists Turns Chittenden County Recycling Containers Into Works Of Art

Group Of Artists Turns Chittenden County Recycling Containers Into Works Of Art

If you frequent any of the transfer stations in Chittenden County, you may have noticed some changes to the big metal containers where you throw your recyclables. 

Fork In The Road Food Truck | 2013-2017

Since 2013,  Fork in the Road food truck has served as a culinary job training program that successfully integrates classroom learning, community involvement, and real-life work experience for teenage students in the Burlington School District. Fork In The Road has become a National Model of Farm to School Programming.

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Creative Director, Project Manager, Engaged Grant Maker
Jill Badolato

Artist
Abby Manock

Graphic Design
Scott A. Campbell

Seven Days | Burlington High School Food Truck Hits the Road

Burlington High School Food Truck Hits the Road

This Saturday, don’t bother packing a picnic if you’re headed to Oakledge Park. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Burlington High School’s brand-new Fork in…

“Floating Gallery” at Lake Champlain Community Sailing Center | May 2015-2016

“Concepted in 2015 by Jill Badolato, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Dealer.com, the Floating Gallery grant was designed as a way to give back to the waterfront community on a multi-faceted front and is a collection of artwork fusing public art and landscape on fully functional sails. Dealer.com’s P.E.A.C.E. Mission (Planet, Eat Local, Arts & Culture and Employees) represents the company’s unique approach to being a good corporate citizen.
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“The Floating Gallery will be on display all summer long allowing the Burlington community to enjoy a different kind of waterfront experience. The newly added sails will adorn the CSC’s fleet of Zims, which are most commonly used for the Center’s youth programs. The art sails provide an added level of engagement to the CSC’s youth educational programming helping to enhance the out-of-classroom experience and build deeper connections to the lake.”

Creative Director,  Project Manager, Engaged Grant Maker
Jill Badolato

Artists In Collaboration
Abby Manock
Michael Sipe Jr.
Scott A. Campbell

Mary Lacy
Jozie Furchgott Sourdiffe
Nick Heilig
Sarah-Lee Terrat
Tara Goreau
Matt Douglas
Max Hodgson

Burlington Free Press | Floating Gallery adds 6 new sails!

SailArt Floating Gallery adds 6 sails

Community Sailing Center kicks off the summer season… 

“Inside Out” Silos at Dealer.com | September 2015

Inside Out is intended to represent the connection between Dealer.com and its surrounding community.  The content of the mural is inspired largely by the interior of the Dealer.com’s building and the unique silo structure on which it is painted.

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“My own personal style manifests mostly in geometric shapes,” said Lacy. “I let the canvas dictate the composition of the mural. The original development of this geometric style came to me because of an interest in origami.  For this Inside Out silo mural, I returned to that initial source of inspiration.  Many adjacent shapes feel like folds in the paper. I look forward to seeing it add dimension to the community.”

Badolato adds, “When art is installed for the public to enjoy, it says this is a place that is thriving, worthy of living in, and being nurtured for future enjoyment.”

Creative Director, Project Manager, Engaged Grant Maker
Jill Badolato

Artist
Mary Lacy

Check out Stuck In Vermont’s “Mary Lacy’s Silos” [SIV412]

Mary Lacy’s Silos [SIV412]

8/28/15: Jericho artist and muralist Mary Lacy has been leaving her mark on downtown Burlington. Her origami-inspired wildlife murals decorate the interior of the Moran… 

King Street Center “Learning Bus” | February 2015

King Street Center was thrilled to roll out a 2016 bus that will transport its kids – as well as those who participate at partner organizations – on great community adventures.

“Granting a bus that serves both as a means of safe transportation for the kids as well as a tool for mental and visual engagement (for both the riders and the passersby) has been rewarding to plan,” says Jill Badolato, Director of Social Responsibility at Dealer.com.

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“Dealer.com and King Street have been dreaming of fusing intellect and engagement with a much-needed new set of wheels from our very first meeting three years ago.”

“What I am loving most about this project is that the time was so right for this grant. I have had the chance to get to know the King Street community over the past few years, which allowed for the creative design of this bus to be realized in a way that celebrates the essence of King Street, a blend of culture, vibrancy and dynamic learning.”

Look for a brilliant tennis-ball green, fact-covered Chevrolet Micro Bird Multi-Function School Activity Bus wrapped in next generation graphic design by artist, Scott A. Campbell. Campbell was instrumental in bringing this concept bus to life artistically. “Being invited to design the outside of the bus gave me the opportunity to put myself in the shoes of the kids riding it. The individual facts we learn serve as a foundation for our broader knowledge. I wanted to draw from all the subjects and express the uniquely personal experience of learning as a whole. As an artist, I think that grounding individual facts in an illustration lends to their being more memorable. Not all projects are as much good clean fun as this one has been and I thank King Street Center for that.”

Creative Director, Project Manager, Engaged Grant Maker
Jill Badolato

Graphic Designer/Co-Visionary
Scott A. Campbell

Kids VT | King Street Kids Get a New Green Bus

King Street Kids Get a New Green Bus

If you see a tennis-ball-green minibus whizzing down the road, it’s likely filled with Burlington kids headed out on a community adventure.

King Street Center Entrance Wall | 2015

Created by former Burlington artist Scott Campbell the airy, 39-by-9-foot work is not a mural, per se, but a graphic design printed on laminated 3M vinyl paper and adhered to the wall. The newly re-opened King Street Center’s entrance  wall looks as fun and inviting as a coloring book and as sleek as it’s exterior as a result of it’s $5.1 million capital campaign .

“Kids need to think about being future leaders,” says Jill Badolato, corporate responsibility director at Dealer.com, which donated funding for the art wall. “This beautiful space says, ‘I’m worth it.'”
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“We wanted [KSC] to be a modern, kind of edgy place,” says Vicky Smith, KSC’s director since 2007. “Jill heard that and thought the kids should be exposed to art.”

Dealer has been a benefactor of KSC for several years, and Badolato has taken the center on as a personal mission, spending time there and talking with both staff and kids. She selected Campbell for the art wall, confident he was the right choice. She was right.

“All three of us burst into tears when we saw this,” says Kelli Shonter, co-development director, referring to Kerest and Smith. “Jill and Scott both really took their time and really got us, the kids,” she adds. The wall “is not just for preschoolers, it’s for grown-ups, too.”

The nonprofit organization serves Burlington-area children and teens from low-income families with Head Start preschool, after-school, tutoring, mentoring and other programs. Currently, some 120 kids pass through on any given day.

Creative Director, Project Manager, Engaged Grant Maker
Jill Badolato

Graphic Designer/Co-Visionary
Scott A. Campbell

Seven Days | King Street Center’s Arty New Home

King Street Center’s Arty New Home

After a full year in temporary quarters, the kids returned quietly to King Street Center late last month — well, as quietly as children ever…

Dealer.com “Art Walls” Program | 2012-2017

In 2013 I started Dealer.com’s  “Art Walls” program in an effort to celebrate local artists, stimulate the creative economy and inspire innovative thinking in the workplace. The program facilitated over $182,000 of art sales, with 100% going directly back to the artists.

Camp Ta-Kum-Ta Portal Painting Project | May 2016

“Aptly named “The Portal Painting Project,” the door-painting venture was conceived by Jill Badolato, who heads up Dealer.com’s corporate responsibility program.  The petite power-house, who has organized employee volunteer days at Ta-Kum-Ta for the past three years, says she sees potential canvases everywhere. The drab doors of the camp cabins were just too good to pass up.
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10 artists put their brushes to somewhat unusual “canvases.”Their goal? To transform the cabin doors into whimsical portals to, perhaps, a happier world. That’s because Camp TKT serves a select population: kids battling cancer.

Badolato said the only stipulation of the portal-painting project was to make the doors “extra happy.” The kids already have enough to deal with, she reasoned. And so she rallied artists — many of whom have worked with Dealer in the past — she knew would rise to the occasion.”

Curator, Creative Director, Project Manager
Jill Badolato

Artists In Collaboration
Sarah-Lee Terrat
Clark Derbes & Wylie Garcia
Jon Young
Elvira Tripp
Tara Goreau
James Bellizia
Mary Lacy 
Anthill Collective
Max Hodgson 

Seven Days | Artists Create Colorful “Portals” for Kids With Cancer at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta

Artists Create Colorful “Portals” for Kids With Cancer at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta

Gray skies didn’t dampen the spirit at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta in South Hero on Wednesday, as 10 artists put their brushes to somewhat unusual “canvases.”

“Emblazoned Eagle Van” | Boys & Girls Club | June 2016

“The club’s van, which transports members on field trips and takes them to tutoring, as well as provides a safe ride home in the evenings, had broken down. Upon learning of the need, Badolato knew she could offer Dealer.com’s help by way of a grant to donate a vehicle.
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The Boys and Girls Club of Burlington serves youth from Burlington and Winooski in their out-of-school hours. It’s a safe place with mentors and opportunities for young people.

At the most fundamental level, the van that they have purchased for us allows us to safely transport our members to and from important places,” says Tanya Benosky, the director of development and communications at the Burlington Boys and Girls Club. “But to bring in an artist to work with our kids to develop a meaningful design for the outside of the van that will turn our van in to an ‘art car’ is really going the distance to make this a special project for our whole community. We are grateful beyond words.”

Grant Strategist, Creative Director, Project Manager
Jill Badolato

Artist
Sarah-Lee Terrat 

VPR | Burlington Boys And Girls Club Can Soar In New Eagle-Emblazoned Van

Burlington Boys And Girls Club Can Soar In New Eagle-Emblazoned Van

Jill Badolato is determined to fuse her work with the local arts community with her role as director of social responsibility for Dealer.com in Burlington.

A_Dog Williams Skate Park Mural | August 2015

During the 2016 festivities of A_Dog day the mural was unveiled at it’s permanent home at the Andy A_Dog Williams Skatepark in Burlington, VT. “Painted with acrylic and ink on wood panel, the untitled mural is being installed by the Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront department and will be protected with a Plexiglas cover. Furchgott Sourdiffe says the mural was made possible by a grant from Dealer.com via Friends for A-Dog.”

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Artist
Jozie Furchgott Sourdiffe

Engaged Grant Maker/Advocate
Jill Badolato

New Mural at Burlington Skate Park Honors Namesake A-Dog

DJ Andy “A-Dog” Williams died of leukemia in December 2013. Since then, Burlington’s music, art and skateboarding communities have continued to demonstrate just how beloved…

Dealer.com Café “Farm-To-Desk” Murals | October 2015

The Dot Calm Café serves as a place of nourishment, community lounge, and backdrop for many inspired conversations. This work seeks to create an appealing atmosphere as well as bring elements of our natural landscape indoors with an emphasis on making the architectural space feel more permeable. It’s also driven by being informative.
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Besides being reliable and accessible, the food prepared and consumed in the Café has an abundance of thought, culinary sensitivity and contemporary food-sourcing that goes into it.

The goal of this work was to realize an exciting way to tell the story of just what goes into the food you eat here. We also hope to convey the sense of the scale of that undertaking on the part of the Café’s staff and management.

Creative Director, Project Manager
Jill Badolato

Graphic Designer
Scott A. Campbell

Dealer.com Manhattan Beach Office Installation | November 2014

This full color wall graphic seeks to incorporate the Manhattan Beach visual environment and the dynamism of DDC’s personality. The piece is a fusion of technology and landscape, creating a backdrop for creative thinking and innovative conversation.

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The focal point expands the horizon line and brings it inside Breakwaters Conference room, making the architecture feel more permeable. This digital landscape incorporates elements of local flora, binary code and automotive engineering while communicating the uniqueness of arriving at this destination. The back-lit illumination amplifies the gesture and color, relaying the experience of the place to the viewer with the familiarity of the digital space we work in. The 64×48 piece is an enormous lightbox illuminated by fluorescent tubes.

Curator, Creative Director, Project Manager
Jill Badolato

Graphic Designer
Scott A. Campbell 

“Dealer Art Hop Event” | September 2012-2017 September

Art Hop is an annual arts event that takes place on Pine Street in Burlington, Vermont attracting over 30,000 visitors from across the northeast and Canada. From 2012-2017, I curated and managed the largest event in the festival featuring the unveiling of “Inside Out Silos”, “The Color Of Community- Fused Art Grants”, “Crazy Town Duplo Table” and “DDC Full STEAM Ahead”. 

“Burlington Mardi Gras!” | February 2015

What better way to celebrate a community event than including your mobile grants in the parade.  The Fork In The Road and King Street Center kids wore their pride and glow while rolling or marching down Main Street while the CSWD Recylcling containers spread their message of “Changing The Face of Recycling” with their larger than life presence.

 “LOOK UP!” | South End Artists Collective | September 2014

The South End Artists Collective is a community art project created for Art Hop 2012.  Eighty-Seven local artists contributed. Stop by Shy Guy Gelato and LOOK UP!

Socially Responsible Marketing and Strategic CSR Consulting

I am a creative community builder at heart, as well as pioneer of emerging technologies. I thrive in fast-paced growing business– from my days during the Dot Com boom in San Francisco through my 13 years at Dealer.com in Burlington, Vermont.  I have a proven track record of partnership, collaboration, relationship nurturing and brand building success.

Consulting Services:
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Marketing and Social Media
  • Art Curation
  • Creative Direction
  • Project Management
  • Inspired Grant-Making
  • Fundraising and Event Planning
  • Employee Engagement

Clients Include:
Bateman Group, Burlington City Arts, Billingsly Company, Aspenti Health, Outdoor Gear Exchange

Bio and Work Experience:

In 1995 I moved to San Francisco to pioneer interactive brand design and development and landed at Red Sky Interactive.  Red Sky became the creative leader at the height of the Dot Com explosion, and I was part of an amazing team of creatives that developed the first interactive branding for clients including Nike, Miller Genuine Draft, HP, Absolut Vodka and Coca-Cola.  After 8 years at Red Sky, I moved on to A Good Seed Production. As a Brand Manager, I worked to produce large scale immersive events for clients including Cisco Systems, Sun Microsystems, Simplex and Old Navy.

I moved back to the East Coast in 2005. I spent my first 13 years in Vermont at Dealer.com having the opportunity to envision and develop its brand and build its Marketing Department. I successfully helped lead Dealer.com to be recognized as the leader in the Automotive Internet marketing space and grew the Marketing Department to a team of 22, managing video, events, web, project management, public relations, social and print.

After successfully growing the corporate brand, I followed my heart to build Dealer’s Corporate Social Responsibility vision and mission. I launched the P.E.A.C.E. (Planet, Eat Local, Arts & Culture and Employees) Program in 2012 and successfully ingrained the mission of P.E.A.C.E. into Dealer.com’s ethos. Accomplishments included implementing a highly engaged Employee Volunteer Program, creating a strategic and mission focused grants program, building a highly successful sustainable transportation program and generating a strong focus on fusing the arts and creative into the business and community. Dealer.com became known nationwide as a leader in social responsibility for its commitment to the arts and stimulating the creative economy.  Dealer.com was nationally recognized with a BCA 10 Award in 2016 by Americans For The Arts as one of the top 10 businesses in the United States making a significant commitment to the Arts.

For the past several years I have been consulting in Corporate Social Responsibility, Marketing, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, and Employee Engagement.

I most recently launched a new mission based public art initiative,  Mission Murals.  Read more about Mission Murals at Seven Days.

 

Press & Media

2020

Mission Murals Steps Into the Picture With New Feeding Chittenden Project

Mission Murals Steps Into the Picture With New Feeding Chittenden Project

Recently, Jill Badolato was driving past Feeding Chittenden, the food shelf on North Winooski Avenue in Burlington. She was struck by the building’s rather drab…

Source: www.sevendaysvt.com/LiveCulture/archives/2020/08/25/mission-murals-steps-into-the-picture-with-new-feeding-chittenden-project

2018

More Murals Adorn Queen City Walls

More Murals Adorn Queen City Walls

Last week, Seven Days reported on the continuing controversy surrounding the “Everyone Loves a Parade!” mural just off of Burlington’s Church Street Marketplace. The task…

Source: www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/more-murals-adorn-queen-city-walls/Content?oid=18651290

2017

 

Seven Days: Graffiti Artists Throw a Festival in Burlington

Graffiti Artists Throw a Festival in Burlington

Graffiti has long carried a negative stigma, but an upcoming festival in Burlington just might help to change some minds. Anthill Collective — a team…

Source: www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/graffiti-artists-throw-a-festival-in-burlington/Content?oid=8067862

RETN: Above The Radar

Above The Radar

Anthill Collective, Dealer.com, The Spot on the Dock and Lake Champlain Transportation Company host Vermont’s first ever public art project showcasing artist…

Source: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeiTJW9MX-A

2016

Seven Days: Dealer.com Gets National Kudos for Community Art Initiatives

Dealer.com Gets National Kudos for Community Art Initiatives

When it comes to merging business and community arts, Burlington-based Dealer.com has shown itself to be ahead of the pack. From cabin doors at a…

Source: www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/dealercom-in-the-arty-top-10/Content?oid=3363547

VPR: Burlington Boys And Girls Club Can Soar In New Eagle-Emblazoned Van

Burlington Boys And Girls Club Can Soar In New Eagle-Emblazoned Van

Jill Badolato is determined to fuse her work with the local arts community with her role as director of social responsibility for Dealer.com in Burlington.

Source: digital.vpr.net/post/burlington-boys-and-girls-club-can-soar-new-eagle-emblazoned-van

Burlington Free Press: Arts groups rely on corporate patrons to keep them going

Arts groups rely on corporate patrons to keep them going

‘The underpinning of the whole thing is corporate support,’ according to Flynn Center Executive Director John Killacky

Source: www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/life/2016/08/04/arts-groups-rely-corporate-patrons/87625776/

Seven Days: Artists Create Colorful “Portals” for Kids With Cancer at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta

Artists Create Colorful “Portals” for Kids With Cancer at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta

Gray skies didn’t dampen the spirit at Camp Ta-Kum-Ta in South Hero on Wednesday, as 10 artists put their brushes to somewhat unusual “canvases.”  …

Source: www.sevendaysvt.com/LiveCulture/archives/2016/05/05/artists-create-colorful-portals-at-camp-ta-kum-ta

NBC: King Street Center has new learning mobile

King Street Center has new learning mobile

New bus has increased safety, bigger windows for the students and is wrapped in illustrations.

Source: www.mynbc5.com/article/king-street-center-has-new-learning-mobile/3326359

Seven Days: Container Murals Promote New Recycling Law

Container Murals Promote New Recycling Law

If you’ve ever used one of Chittenden County’s seven recycling drop-off centers, you’ve seen one of the Chittenden Solid Waste District’s massive recycling containers. And…

Source: www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/container-murals-promote-new-recycling-law/Content?oid=3180379

2015

Stuck In Vermont: Mary Lacy’s Silos [SIV412]

Mary Lacy’s Silos [SIV412]

8/28/15: Jericho artist and muralist Mary Lacy has been leaving her mark on downtown Burlington. Her origami-inspired wildlife murals decorate the interior of the Moran…

Source: www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/mary-lacys-silos-siv412/Content?oid=2869653

Seven Days: Vermont Artists Head to Miami Art Fair

Vermont Artists Head to Miami Art Fair

Every year since 2002, Miami Beach and the surrounding area have swelled with artists, gallery owners, curators, celebrities (art-world ones as well as the cinematic…

Source: www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/vermont-artists-head-to-miami-art-fair/Content?oid=3041774

2014 

Burlington Free Press: Take this Fork in the Road for good eats

Take this Fork in the Road for good eats

New Burlington food truck is a platform for local products — and young culinary talent

Source: www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/local/vermont/2014/06/28/take-fork-road-good-eats/11635179/

Art Curation

In 2014,  I introduced “Fused Grants” to the Burlington Community as an innovative strategic approach to local giving. The goal was to create community by blending business, culture, non-profit, and art. It worked! Together we created food trucks, busses, vans, silos, graffiti walls, recycling containers, and portals.  These projects had the benefit of stimulating the creative economy while visually inspiring community connection and raising the mission and awareness of the non-profit.

 Multi-Level Collaborative Project Artists

Scott A. Campbell
Abby Manock
Mary Lacy
Michael Sipe Jr
Jon Young
Anthill Collective
Nick Heilig
Jozie Furchgott Sourdiffe
Sarah-Lee Terat
Tara Goreau
Wylie Sofia Garcia
Clarke Derbes
Max Hodgdon
Matthew Douglas
Bruce MacDonald
Elvira Tripp-O’Leary
James Bellizia

Art Walls | Interior Curation Artists

In 2013, I started Dealer.com’s  “Art Walls” program in an effort to celebrate local artists, stimulate the creative economy and inspire innovative thinking in the workplace. The program facilitated over $182,000 of art sales, with 100% going directly back to the artists. Below is a list of artists I have been fortunate to work with.

Katharine Montstream
Charlie Bluett
Sage Tucker-Ketchum
Mareva Millarc
James Vogler
John Brickels
Charlie Hudson
Rose Cherbert
Nicole Christman
Jane Ann Kantor
Megan Stearns
John Gonter
Britta Johnson
Ryan Bent
Jay Giroux
Lenny Achan
Steve Sharon
Mike Sipe
Greg Danford
Bredan McInerney
Mark Gonyea
Gary Hall
Emily Bissell Laird
Will Patlove
Emily Mitchell
Robert Brunelle Jr.
Tom Merwin
Johanne Jordan

Get in Touch

 
Please get in touch if you are interested in working together or contacting any of the artists featured on this site. Or check out my LinkedIn profile for more details on my work: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jill-badolato/. 

 

Mobile:+1 802 318 1311

Email: jill@jillbadolato.com