MAC Gallery Artists March Exhibition: Pieces of our Lives

Join The MAC Gallery Artists for Pieces of our Lives, the MAC Gallery show starting March 13 with a virtual opening at 4pm

The Media Arts Council is presenting a unique exhibit in March. Each of the 12 MAC Gallery Artists in the Cooperative have chosen three of their most memorable pieces of artwork to display:  pieces that mean a great deal to them for one reason or another; perhaps a distinguished award, or a possible landmark in their artistic development. We will feature our usual second Saturday live virtual opening, March 13th at 4pm, with words from each of the artists as well as our host, Jared Reed. Join us for a chance to learn something new about the journeys of our artists, and see how their art will deepen and enrich your own experience.
Save the Date: Virtual Opening, Saturday March 13th at 4pm, where the artists will speak about their singular works and take questions from the audience. 

The Mac Gallery Artists

Amelia Cain

experiencing our environment by the way in which we move through it Photographs Amelia Cain’s Work in the Marketplace

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Charley Parker

Charley Parker Responding to aspects of the visual world that make us stop, marvel and contemplate Paintings Bio Artist’s Statement Website Instagram Twitter Charley Parker in the Marketplace

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Cheryl Schlenker

Finding the surprising colors that exist in what we see every day Painting and Mixed Media Artist Statement BIO Website Email Cheryl Schlenker’s work in the Marketplace

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Diane Mont

Showing texture and detail as a way to capture nature through our eyes represtentative Works Diane Mont in the Marketplace

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Laurie K. Doran

change is constant; ultimately yielding strength and knowledge, evolution and innovation Resume Laurie K. Doran’s work in the Marketplace Previous Next

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Matiko Mamaladze

Building emotionally charged and deeply meaningful scenes Artist Statement Website Facebook Matiko Mamaladze’s work in the Marketplace

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Merle Weismer

Creating Sculptural Art to Wear and trying to convey a deep reverence for rhythm and repetition in nature Merle Weismer – Artist’s Statement I am a graduate of Moore College

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