Jamaica Plain, MA Homes — Peach and Mint Green
When I first moved to Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts I loved to walk around the neighborhoods and take in the range of architectural features and color combinations of the homes. Every house and street felt so new and different from each other. After many more walks in the area (thank you Covid-19), I started recognizing all the similarities that make a given street feel like JP. The yellows, blues, earthy pastels, and pairings of complimentary colors unite so much of this Boston neighborhood. This series is my homage to this diverse, artistic and colorful community.
Originally created using watercolor paint and micron pen, these are printed in-house and shipped using post-consumer, recycled packaging from EcoEnclose.
How your purchase impacts our community and environment:
10% of the profits from these prints will be donated to a City Life / Vida Urbana which is a "grassroots community organization committed to fighting for racial, social and economic justice and gender equality by building working class power. They promote individual empowerment, develop community leaders and build collective power to effect systemic change and transform society."
Visit their site to learn more about how they are helping families and residents stay in their homes and to make an additional donation!
All of these prints are printed on Entrada Rag Bright 300# premium archival paper. This paper is acid-free, 100% post-consumer cotton and produced by a facility powered by 100% wind energy. More about the company's sustainability practices and what actually makes paper eco-friendly can be found here: https://legionpaper.com/environment