Art of the day by Mary Flynn-Gillies

Date posted: November 5, 2013

Since spending several summers abroad in her early college years, Mary’s eyes were opened to a world with authentic age and tangible history. If only in a heavily layered billboard or architectural facade, time was evident and history chronicled. Scenarios were imagined and interactions from years past were found within the peeling and cracked surfaces viagra non generic.

This fascination with weathered integrity has found a comfortable home in her two-dimensional work. Her desire is to achieve this sense of time and history in her work by using tattered, stained, and once cherished found papers as the foundation for her imagery. Causing one to ponder “How many previous lives has this assemblage touched through its individual components?”

….You can read more about Mary and see more of her work here:

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