The 2018 MAG (Merrickville Artist Guild) annual studio tour is happening the last two weekends of September. The excitement is building as MAG members work at creating new pieces of visual art, digital art, jewelry, pottery, glass art, fibre art, photography, metal art, and sculptor. Come and meet the artists and authors, visit their studios and hear the stories behind the work. Mark your calendars because for September 22, 23 & 29, 30.
I’ll be showing new paintings along side the beautiful creations of Silversmith Fiona Macintyre. Find us at FM Studio 330 Main Street East, Merrickville.
For more information on the MAG Artists Tour visit http://www.mag-artists.ca
I had to return to this painting several times before I got to where I really loved it. It’s all atmosphere and you can feel it. It reflects the weather on the day I finished it and the summer storm rolling in is captured forever.
I’m often asked about how I go about creating the glossy finish on much of my paintings. I use Art Resin. It pours on a UV protectant layer that remain clear over time. A torch comes in handy to release air bubbles. The result is a high gloss finish that brings life to the painting. This series of 6 x 36 inch panels is available at Windsor’s Courtyard in Merrickville, Ontario.
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New! Purchase paintings from this website! Look for the Paypal option on selected paintings. I also accept e transfers. simply email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your selection. Look for the pay with PayPal for your selection.
Art work for purchase can be found at Windsor’s Courtyard, 211 St. Lawrence St, Merrickville www.windsorscourtyard.ca and at The Yellow Canoe Cafe, 108 St. Lawrence St., Merrickville http://www.theyellowcanoecafe.com and at Visual Effects, 4905 48 Street, Yellowknife, NT www.visual-effects.ca
Two little originals with a big punch of colour! These originals are created by layering mixed media paints, silver foil, ink and multiple layers of art resin on a birch wood support with a 1.5 inch profile painted black for dramatic effect . Art resin is made for use in art work and has UV protectant added. The finish remains clear and glossy. Windsor’s Courtyard, Merrickville
8 x 8 Flower Power Painting
This groovy 8 x 8 is fun, colourful and whimsical. It has a beautiful Art Resin finish that brings the colour painting to life. Add a little sparkle of fun to your home or office.
Original Tulip Painting by Mary Loos
A modern floral original 24 x 24 Acrylic and Art Resin on a cradled wood support with a 1.5 inch profile. Sides are painted black. Signed on the front and back and ready to hang and bring joy to your room.
Paddles Up! Painting by Mary Loos Originals
Original Acrylic on a 20 x 20 gallery cradled wood support. This original painting is finished with a glossy topcoat of Art Resin. The profile is 1.5 inches, sides painted black. Paddles Up is signed on the front and back, hanging hardware has been added and it's ready to hang.
This original 12 x 24 “Paddles Up” series painting was a joy to create with acrylic and Art Resin on a cradled wood panel. Available to view and purchase at The Yellow Canoe Cafe in Merrickville. $195
12 x 36 “Paddles Up” series painting
Original acrylic and Art Resin on a cradled wood support with gallery profile (1.5 inch) profile. Sides painted black, finish high gloss. Signed on the back, hanging hardware added.
New! From the “Paddles Up” series this 12 x 24 original acrylic and Art Resin paintings is on a cradled wood panel. It’s available at Windsor’s Courtyard in Merrickville, Ontario. $195
Original Painting “Get Happy” 24 x 24 Acrylic
Floral fantasy original art by Mary Loos- Painting is 24 x 24 Acrylic, Art Resin on cradled Wood Support with 1.5 inch profile. Hardware included, this one of a kind original work is ready to hang and get happy.
This is the place where I talk about myself. It’s not my favourite thing to do so I’ll keep it short and to the point as I’d rather express myself with paint. I’m obsessed with painting and art. It’s been with me since I was a kid and the realization that I do this daily and it’s my job is something I still can’t wrap my head around. If my “job” ever become work to me then I’ll stop. I look forward to painting daily and if I’m not painting I’m thinking of painting and new things to try. Keeping life simple and allowing myself the time and space to let the art develop organically is what I strive to do. I rarely have a plan just a vague image or idea in my head I want to explore. I have to gently remind myself from time to time I have the choice to paint whatever I feel in the moment. It’s not going to be everyone’s cup of tea and that’s okay. Maybe in my explorations you’ll find a connection to something I’m working on or working out in the paint. Maybe a painting will intuitively speak to you. Making those connections is another wonder I get to experience and it continues to bring me joy.
I’ve had the pleasure of showing my work as part of an artists collective in the ByWard Market for many years and in galleries in Canada including The Carlen Gallery, Ottawa, The Grimm Gallery, Port Carling and The SideStreet Gallery in Wellington, Ontario. I’ve participated in a group show at the McMichael Gallery in Kleinburg, Ontario group shows in London, England. I’ve experienced exhibited at the The One of a Kind Show, Exhibition Place, Toronto, The Originals Show in Ottawa and last summer at The West Carleton Art Society’s Art on the Grass Show in Carp, Ontario. I’ve had the privilege of being a commissioned artist at Rideau Hall, Ottawa and an exhibitor at the Iceolation Art Gallery in the Snow King’s Castle in Yellowknife.
Where to find Mary Loos Original Art:
Windsor’s Courtyard, 211 St. Lawrence St., Merrickville
I’m showcased with local artists at The Yellow Canoe Cafe, 108 St. Lawrence St, Merrickville
Visual Effects, Yellowknife, NT
As a member of the Merrickville Artist Guild I look forward to participating in the MAG Studio Tour in the fall. Follow what’s happening with MAG at http://www.mag-artists.ca