Vibrant, mixed media collages from recycled greeting cards

Janice’s work has depth and texture, and reveals surprises for the astute observer.  She loves to capture the complexity of iconic places in both her hometown of Boston, where she lives now, and her second love, Philadelphia, where she launched her art career. Landscapes and cityscapes that celebrate color and convey emotions are her speciality.

My Favorite Places

Shop for prints of my favorites, or purchase an original work.

Swan Boat Boston

Massachusetts & Boston

Ben Franklin Bridge Philadelphia


Esplanade Boston

Water & Nautical

Back River Marsh

Landscapes & Nature

About Janice’s Art

While recovering from my second bout of cancer in my early forties, I looked at a big box of get well cards by my bed and started making small collages inspired by all the flowers that friends sent me. Now I collect cards from all over and create art that captures the quirky beauty of my favorite places and gives new life to the sentiments expressed in the cards.


Read more about Janice’s process, watch a video and find out how she makes her art.

Janice Hayes Cha, collage artist

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Graduation Gifts – 10% off!

Graduation Gifts – 10% off!

Art makes a great graduation gift and we are celebrating with a 10% off coupon! Use 2022Grad coupon code at checkout and your favorite graduate can remember Boston, Philadelphia or New England with unique Janice Hayes-Cha art.

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Somerville comes to life

Somerville comes to life

Davis Square in Somerville, Massachusetts is lively community that draws people from all walks of life to its cafes, shops and pubs. These two pieces capture the busy square and its place of the refuge- The Burren Pub. You can now enjoy these remarkable places, as...

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New Boston Art: Esplanade View

New Boston Art: Esplanade View

Who can resist this gorgeous view as you travel across the Longfellow Bridge on the MBTA Red Line? Esplanade View celebrates a sunny autumn day on the Charles River, with sailboats from Community Boating and the Back Bay skyline including both the old and the new...

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