Artists the lifeblood of ‘Everything That Creeps’

Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe


Artist Walter Sickert (pictured and who, yes, shares a name with the 20th-century avant-garde German painter) has a collection of somewhat frightening images in “Everything That Creeps,” an exhibition at Lincoln Arts Project in Waltham. The show, which had an opening reception Saturday night, features Sickert’s “Inkdrips,” “Creepy Art Dolls” made by Mealy Monster Land (a.k.a. artist Nicole Johnson), and a number of “strange dolls” by Vermont artist Beth Robinson. “Creeps” runs through Halloween and was produced by the South End art space Space 242.

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