Initially trained as a potter, Mary worked for many
years making and selling pots before taking a course
in textiles which took her back to her drawing and
painting roots her father was a painter.
Landscapes - The monumentality of the land is a driving force. A trip to the American desert taught me that although it has literally been moved around over the millennia it can create a gentle, enveloping feeling, a quite extraordinary experience.
Expression of the third dimension has always been important in my work, even with the earlier abstracted pieces, relating colour to abstracted volume.
Mary exhibits in Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and London