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Open the doors and let the creative juices flow

03rd September 2018

Let yourself be swept along on a ‘rainbow ride’ this autumn and experience colour from an artist’s perspective! 

Mary Ann Day is sharing with us an exhibition of vibrant and reflective paintings from across the globe - mirroring the joy of colour.

The exhibition which forms part of this year’s Herts Open Studios programme, represents a rainbow ride to locations all over the world - from sand and sea to forest and mountain and gives a glimpse of the people who she met on the way. 

A self-taught artist, Mary Ann has experimented with different styles and textures, frequently using a palette knife in her work. In 2016 she was shortlisted to take part in the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year and has featured in several exhibitions in Hertfordshire and around London. 

“Colour is the key to my work,” she explains. “Without colour life would be a very dull place. I feel my job is to project that colour on to walls in generous, daring quantities, providing an uplifting and happy interlude for the viewer. 

www.maryanndayart.artweb.com 

A Rainbow Ride

Monday 10 September – Friday 28 September 2018

Monday - Friday 10am – 4pm 

Free entry

Artistsmeet (at Watersmeet), High Street, Rickmansworth, WD3 1EH. 

Cllr Chris Lloyd said: “ Artistsmeet are delighted to be participating as a host venue in this year’s Open Studios, an annual event organised by Herts Visual Arts. Throughout the county, artists open their studio doors or set up in galleries or their homes, to share their work with the public and each other. We look forward to seeing you there.” 

www.hvaf.org.uk 

For more information about visiting the exhibition, please contact Elaine Johnson, Arts Development Officer elaine.johnson@threerivers.gov.uk.

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