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Also, I accept layaway home Studio visits by appointment, artwork large and small, greeting card packets, and
silk scarves. email me for an appointment and directions to my home studio. email@example.com or visit me at my Silo at sawyers yard, 1502 Sawyer Street
Houston, TX 77007, studio 123 every saturday 12-5 pm
follow me: facebook: maryann lucas art, instagram: maryannlucas1944I am please to announce that I have joined the
The silo studios, 1502 Sawyer Street, Houston, TX 77007 - STUDIO 123
Primal Gallery, 246 American Way, Dripping Springs, Texas hr. Fri.Sat,Sun. 12-5***Special two day show - Cypress Creek Art Show and Sale, 6823 Cypresswood Dr., Spring, Texas 77379 - over
25 artists participating - I will have a selection of framed and unframed artwork, hand built pottery and hand painted silk scarves***
Fence art project 2021 - upcycling found objects - 4.5x9.5' convention banner painted on the back, 33-1/3 lp records melted and reshaped and painted, doggie gates
painted and placed to represent flower boxes
ARTIST'S PHILOSOPHY: THE ONLY FAILURE IS NOT TO TRY
I have posted work done over the last 12 years and you can easily see the evolution in my work.
A curious nature and an inquisitive mind are my best attributes that lead me to explore and experiment. This has lead me down
the path of ceramic and my latest endeavor - silk scarves. I started
my artistic career depicting reality in nature and life and have evolved to a
more abstract representation of that reality. I view my work as an exciting journey into the unknown. With each
step I have unlimited choices to reach my final destination. That end then becomes my new beginning. I feel I can
explore my creativity to the fullest when I work this way. Working in a variety of mediums enables me to
constantly explore new possibilities and to push the composition to the limit. Recycling my artwork by tearing,
cutting, repainting, making my own paper and treating various other papers with a variety of art supplies, and
also using found objects, has allowed me to expand and explore different ways of presenting my love of man and
nature through collage. Color is also very important and guides me throughout the creative process.
By doing this I am trying to present another dimension to the viewer in an interesting
manner - working intuitively, linking one idea to the next as I progress toward a finished product. This method
enables me to keep my work fresh and creative. Early in my career Edgar Degas and then later Robert Rauschenberg
has been most influential in my work - giving me permission to try anything.:
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