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GALLERIES TO VISIT
Mary's work is exhibited from time to time in galleries around East Anglia. Currently The Buckenham Gallery in Southwold and The Cork Brick Gallery in Bungay have examples of Mary's work in their current exhibitions. The Buckenham Gallery is at 81 High Street, Southwold, IP18 6DS and can be contacted on 01502 725418. The Cork Brick Gallery is at 6 Earsham St, Bungay, NR35 1AG and can be contacted on 01986 894873.

All other unsold work on this website is available directly from Mary.

Click on any individual painting in the currently available section of originals on this website you can see whether it is part of one of the above exhibitions or is available directly from Mary.


INSPIRED BY BECKER EXHIBITION
The exhibition was a great success at it's new venue of Holy Trinity Church, Blythburgh, where Becker and his family are buried. Mary's drawing "Blacksmith" won the Mike Holtom Award at the opening night. Mike Holtom died in early 2017 and the award recognises his major contribution to the launch, planning and running of what has now become an established annual exhibition. Mary's drawing was judged to be the entry which most effectively reflected the artist's response to Becker's work.
Blacksmith (Mike Holtom Award)



ARTICLE IN EAST ANGLIAN DAILY TIMES (EADT) AND EASTERN DAILY PRESS (EDP)
In acknowledgement of the inclusion of Mary's work in the annual ROI exhibition in November/December 2017, the EADT and EDP published an article about Mary and her work. The piece was written by EADT Arts Editor Andrew Clarke. You can see the article using this link EADT Article.


BOOK - "DRAWN TO SOUTHWOLD"

SOLD OUT

Book Cover
"Drawn to Southwold" was the first book to be devoted to Mary's paintings and covered the full spectrum of her portfolio. While scenes of Southwold and of children at play were well represented, the collection was by no means one-dimensional. As well as the land-, sea- and townscapes of familiar places either side of the River Blyth, this book showcased Mary's much-loved figurative work and demonstrated her willingness to experiment both with technique and subject.

This hardback book was written by Norfolk based Alan Marshall, published in Norfolk by Mascot Media Ltd and printed in Norwich. The book extended to 132 pages and included in excess of 170 full colour images of Mary's work.

"Drawn to Southwold" was priced at £25. The book is now essentially sold out although you may be lucky enough to find the odd copy in the local area, as well as in Norwich, Ipswich and Cambridge.



Mary relies on Woodware Workshop in Beccles for all of their framing needs. See Geoff and the team at www.theframingplace.co.uk.