Mixed Media Artist

Where To See My Art In November

Come out and see my art this month and support the local art scene in Edmonton!

THE NINA HAGGERTY CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

Nov 4- 27, 2010
Reception: Thursday, November 18, 5-7 PM

“Just living is not enough”, said the butterfly, “one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower”.
Hans Christian Anderson


This show features brand new paintings by myself and Deborah Cardinal,
whom I mentored this year at The Nina Haggerty Centre.
Gallery Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10-2 PM
Thursday 4:30- 8 PM
Sat: 1-3 PM
ALSO…
THE VARSCONA THEATRE LOBBY
NOVEMBER 3- 22, 2010
My paintings will be displayed in the Varscona lobby for the run of Shadow Theatre’s production of WOMEN WHO STEAL by Carter Lewis
When frustrated suburban housewife Peggy confronts Karen, an eccentric businesswoman who just happens to have slept with Peggy’s husband, this mismatched duo is sent careening through a wild night of fighting, flirting, gunfire and fishing.

With time for a little girl talk as well. And if luck is on their side there might some well earned retribution before the evening is over. A fun-filled Thelma & Louise for the stage.

“Put down those remotes, people, you’ve got to see this!

– Austin Chronicle

Show Times
All evening shows start at
7:30pm
All matinees start at
2:00pm

Shadow Theatre
10329 83rd Avenue, Edmonton
TEL: (780) 434-5564
shadowtheatre@interbaun.com

maria@mariapacewynters.com

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3 responses

  1. Deidre Bruhn

    Hi Maria, I hope your exhibition is a sell out! Your art is truly amazing and an inspiration for me.I would love to come but I am a little tooo far away…like Western Australia! I can understand the buttreflies though!I am experiencing my first student exhibition on Friday…I want to hide!
    Best wishes for a successful show.
    Regards Deidre

    November 7, 2010 at 8:42 am

    • Best of luck to you too, and thanks for this nice comment.
      Maria

      November 7, 2010 at 4:55 pm

  2. susan

    Hi there, really enjoy seeing your new paintings. Two in particular I like was the girl with the red hair holding a rabbit (cant remember what it was call) and the painting entitled “Sisters” is it possible to purchase a copy of either of those?

    kind regards
    Susan

    November 17, 2010 at 9:43 am

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