From Thursday 19 to Wednesday 25 August
, Mary will be joining three other local artists for an exhibition in Woodbridge. Having collaborated during the lockdowns by setting weekly subject matters and then sharing and critiquing each others work by email, it seemed a natural progression to hold a joint exhibition as soon as the restrictions allowed. The exhibition will be held at Artspace Gallery, 64 Thoroughfare, Woodbridge, IP12 1AL and will be open from 10am to 5pm every day including Sunday.
The other artists exhibiting alongside Mary will be Wil Harvey who uses ink and wash as the basis of his work, and exhibits and runs workshops with local art clubs and James Power SEA, AIEA who works in oils, watercolours and pastels with a passion for Suffolk rural life. He currently tutors equestrian art at the Munnings Museum in Dedham. Both Wil and Jim particularly enjoy painting outside of the studio environment and together formed the East Suffolk Plein Air Painters. Completing the lineup is Alan Rutter, who produces linocut prints of images of Suffolk. Alan is a printmaker who practised as a graphic designer in London for over 20 years before becoming a teacher of graphics until retirement. Mary's paintings shown above are Sunny Morning, Woodbridge
and Favourite Teddy Bear
The above paintings are all available directly from Mary. For more details either click on the title or use this link ORIGINALS
to see all of Mary's work that is currently available.