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February 02, 2009

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nicole

A feast for the eyes, and a dose of creative vitamins to boot. Thanks for sharing this beautiful, inspiring work and artist.

melissa

wow.
wonderful, and beautiful. thank you for sharing!

mayaluna

Mary's work is amazing... captivating! Here work with color is incredible. The fact that she is "self-taught" makes this interview all the more inspiring! I loved starting the week with this boost of creative energy. I'm so interested to see more of her work so off I go to peek. I love that the interviews keep rolling in.

Grace@PoeticHome

What unique and captivating artwork! I love artists that absolutely drum to their own beat, and I too admire people who can create with absolutely no regard for others' opinions. And I need to switch out plans for simply doing what makes me happy -- that is truly what life is about. Thank you for sharing such an inspirational interview!

hilary

Thank you so much for posting all of these creative stories. These posts are so inspiring and empowering. Thank you so much.

Pherenike

What lovely work, Id love to see more but the link doesnt seem to work. Can you try it again?

Suzanne Deal-Fitzgerald

Oh my, I love her work. I've been working on a shawl for weeks now, with green/teal/lettuce/peacock colors...and was thinking way too much in the box about a color to join the "leaves" that are the blocks. That splash of cherry red in the beautiful abstract sandwiched between teal and milky white...What can I say? It freed me. Thanks, it's just what I needed, right this minute!

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