I am interested in our relationship to each other, to other species and to our environment and am drawn to the narrative behind a painting, one that I try to express through symbolism and loose associations that spark connections and allude to truths that lie just beneath the surface. Often dark or playful, but always beautiful because it is beauty that touches our soul and opens our hearts and minds.
So excited to share that my Florilegia series of mixed media assemblage paintings with illuminated magic lantern slides will be on exhibit at Anne & Mark’s Art Party 2016 September 24 – October 1 at the Santa Clara Fairgrounds! See artpartysj.com for all the exciting details! Tickets on sale now!
I am deeply honored to have La Niña juried into Gutfreund Cornett Art’s exhibition, Social Justice: It Happens, to One, It Happens to All to be held at St. Mary’s College Museum of Art in Moraga, California September 18 – December 12, 2016.
An Artist Talk will be held at the opening reception at 1:15 pm, Sunday, September 18.
Shell Grave and Mr. Katayama’s Peony are currently on exhibit at Gallery 24.
Catch Shelagh Rogers‘ interview of author Christy Ann Conlin on her program The Next Chapter, June 4 in a national broadcast on CBC! Check out my cover art on her book The Memento! Live streaming and podcast should be available.
The Art Docents of Los Gatos held an absolutely delightful High Tea at my studio in May. This fancy, catered event was sold out, raising funds to bring art to the students of our community. We were treated to tiers of gourmet treats while drinking tea from my antique teacups. I shared the process behind my Birds & Teacups.
I am proud to announce that my painting End of Spring has been licensed by Doubleday Canada to grace the cover of The Memento, a stunning new novel by acclaimed author Christy Ann Conlin. Orders can be placed at Amazon.ca or through your local bookstore.
Talk Art – YouTube “Marie Cameron’s Florilegia” Sally Rayn interviews me about my work and process as I demonstrate how I assemble my Florilegia pieces.