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.
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.
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.
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.
A few of Maria’s prints are part of this exhibition.
Visual Voice Fine Art is proud to present Summer a group art exhibit.
Celebrating the warm weather and everything summery. Don’t miss it!
Featuring works in watercolour, oil, acrylic, linocut, etching, clay, encaustic, silkscreen, coloured pencil and more by artists: Barbara McLean, Vera Carver, Robert Rutherford, Paulette Melanson, Rosa Carr, Betty-Anne Gaetz, Ed Porter, Judith Leidl, Maria Doering, Corinne Ledson-Silver, Lynn Johnson, Judy Arsenault, Nancy Roberts, Anna Syperek, Dorothea LeBlanc, Eliza Schurman, Carol Morrison, Ellen Moershell, Kath Rutherford, Rob Maloney, and Nora Gross.
The show opens Monday, Jun 18. Free to everyone. It continues Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 12:30 to 5 pm until July 14th.
Maria will be in Boston for the opening reception of the 2017 North America Print Biennial this Saturday. Her piece “The Adventurous Soul” is part of the exhibition and received the Hiromi Paper award. National Gallery of Art Curator and Boston Printmakers’ Juror Judith Brodie quoted Maria in her essay “Outmoded” where she discusses that “the touchscreen culture is leaving many artists hungering for labor-intensive, hands-on experiences.”
Maria’s travel to Boston is generously funded by a travel grant through the Canada Council for the Arts,which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.
You are invited to Visual Voice Fine Art‘s printmaking show: Artist’s Proof. The exhibit’s title refers to the first good print pulled by a printmaker in the process of creating an edition, and for this show, it also speaks about the lengthy process of printmaking as a “proof” of the artist’s dedication. See the great variety of techniques, styles and subjects from some of the best Nova Scotian printmakers from across the province in this art show with something for everyone to enjoy!
Featuring the work of Kate Georgallas,Ed Porter, Kath Kornelsen, Diana Baldwin, Robert Rutherford, Maria Doering, Bob Hainstock, Rob Maloney, Judith Leidl, Nuri Guerra and introducing Anna Syperek and Bonnie Baker.
The opening reception is Saturday, June 17 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, join us for refreshments, to view the art and to meet the artists. The exhibit runs from June 19 to July 15, 2017. Free Admission.
Farthest from the center or middle; outermost; endmost;
76 prints by 30 members of the Nova Scotia Printmakers exploring extremes in print.
Members of the Nova Scotia Printmakers have brought together works on paper for an exhibition, EXTREMEs, at the Inverness County Centre for the Arts (ICCA) in Inverness, Cape Breton, NS, on display for the month of June. Works explore the theme of extremes either by size, big or small, or by thematic exploration such as weather, politics, or the human experience.
EXTREMEs includes works that range in size from etchings on handmade paper 3.5” x 3.5”, up to a 19’ by 15’ frottage of a building on fabric. Exhibiting large scale prints alongside equally engaging small works will show the extremes that printmakers can go to create artwork. Intricate imagery created entirely using carefully placed metal letterpress ornaments, textiles knit, etched, and printed to transfer the pattern to paper, all alongside carefully rendered images drawn, carved, engraved, silkscreened or etched.
EXTREMEs will fill the main gallery of the Inverness County Centre for the Arts for the month of June, and runs concurrently with the Nova Scotia Printmakers’ curated exhibition Intangible, on display in the outer gallery.
Over the last three years printmakers Maria Doering and Julie Rosvall have had the opportunity to organize and hang dozens of printmaking exhibitions as volunteers of the Nova Scotia Printmakers. Both quietly noticed how often printmakers with vastly different imagery and techniques were creating works that naturally fit together in a gallery setting. Small details in form or colour brought a collection together, without any consultation or collaboration happening between the artists working in different parts of the province.
Intangible is a curated exhibition of works in print by nine printmakers, all members of the Nova Scotia Printmakers, ranging from emerging to master printmakers, all women. Each piece within the show explores pattern and texture, and all have that sometimes intangible factor, that natural fit. The prints on display use a variety of fine printmaking techniques, including soft ground etchings, relief prints of found objects, linocut prints, lithography, and solar plate etchings.
Intangible will fill the outer gallery of the Inverness County Centre for the Arts for the month of June, and runs concurrently with the Nova Scotia Printmakers’ EXTREMEs exhibition, on display in the main gallery.
For Photos from the Opening Reception please visit here.
Maria’s print works under the project title “Cells, Souls and Personalities” will be on exhibition at the Lee Matasi Gallery at the Ottawa School of Art from March 8th – March 22nd. If you live in the area please stop in and visit! Works will be for sale in the Gallery as well as at the OSA Art Boutique. This body of work includes relief prints ranging from 3×3 inches to 3×3 feet.