Cellular Expressions in the News

Posted March 4, 2019

The wonderful Joanie Veitch interviewed Maria after her artist talk and followed with a fabulous article for the Chronicle Herald and its local Dartmouth Community paper the Dartmouth Tribune. You can read the article online here.

Dartmouth Tribune Article about Cellular Expressions

Snapd Dartmouth Photographer Amelia Cruddas attended the Opening reception at the Craig Gallery and photos were published online as well as in the March issue of the paper.

Snapd Dartmouth Article about Cellular Expressions

Cellular Expressions – Opening Reception

Posted February 20, 2019

Maria’s Cellular Expressions exhibition of 160 drawings opened on February 7th. A very interested crowd of people attended the reception including local artist and legend Tom Forestall and his son and artist Frank Forestall. Snapd Dartmouth photographer Amelia Cruddas whose photographs will be published in the next Snapd Issue attended as well.


Photo taken by Amelia Cruddas - Snapd Dartmouth

Cellular Expressions Exhibition at the Craig Gallery

Posted February 19, 2019


With the help of my volunteers Kristina, Hannah, Angele, Christine and my husband Scott we managed to install this exhibition of 160 drawings in only a day and a half at the Craig Gallery in Dartmouth, NS.


Thank you to the Craig Gallery staff, Lee Cripps and the Exhibition selection committee for giving me this opportunity. It’s been a long time in the works and I am so happy that the show turned out far beyond my own expectations. Thank you to all my helpers and supporters. The exhibition will be up until March 3rd, 2019.  


 

Cellular Expressions – Solo Exhibition at The Craig Gallery

Posted January 21, 2019

Please join Maria at the Craig Gallery in Dartmouth, NS, Canada for her solo exhibition “Cellular Expressions” which opens on Thursday, February 7th, 5pm – 7pm. Followed by an artist talk on Saturday, February 9th, 2pm. In case of snow the artist talk will be moved to February 16th at 2pm. The exhibition will be up until March 3rd. Around 150 drawings will be exhibited.