Cells, Souls & Personalities at St. FX University Gallery in Antigonish, NS
Maria’s Cells, Souls and Personalities body of work will be on exhibition at St. FX University Gallery from September 5th until October 7th. The opening reception is September 5th at 6pm immediately followed by the artist talk at 7pm.
This exhibition includes 50+ hand carved limited edition linocut prints on Japanese paper as well as several prints on fabric, embellished with embroidery. Maria’s Cells, Souls and Personalities Exhibition plays with the question: What if we could view our personality traits and emotions under the microscope in cellular form?
The exhibition can be viewed Tuesday – Friday noon until 6pm at the Gallery.
To purchase work please contact Maria directly.
"Nurturing" linocut in group show at Visual Voice Gallery
Maria is pleased to be part of this group show “HOME”, one of her newest pieces “Nurturing” is on display during this exhibition at Visual Voice. Maria’s interpretation of “Home” revolves around a person’s body. Thinking of our own bodies as a nurturing place is a healthy positive view. What if this sense of nurture could be viewed under a microscope in a single cell. If you are in the Truro area please stop into Visual Voice Gallery and see Maria’s piece as well as work by the following artists:
“Visual Voice Fine Art gallery presents “HOME” a group art show around the theme of belonging and place. Artists Twila Robar-DeCoste, Louise Baker, Lynn Johnson, Diana Baldwin, Maria Doering, Carol Morrison, Betty-Anne Gaetz, Ed Porter, Carol Smeraldo, Judy Arsenault, Kath Rutherford, Nora Gross, and introducing Joanne Solway, interpret the theme in their own way with some surprising results.
Featuring paintings, prints, watercolours and sculptures, touching on the theme of home literally and figuratively.
Come to the gallery to meet and toast the artists on May 14th at the free opening reception from 7-9 pm. Visit Visual Voice Fine Art at regular hours from May 16th to June 18th to view this great collection of artwork.
Read the artists bios here. ”
– Via Visual Voice Gallery