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Mary Ann Day

Mary Ann has been painting for as long as she can remember.  A self-taught artist who has, over the years attended numerous workshops, some by eminent artists themselves, Mary Ann has experimented with different styles and textures. She says she is “travelling on an artistic journey that continues on a never ending roller coaster of discovery."   Mary Ann has featured in several local art exhibitions in and around London and has been selected as a contestant in Sky TV's Landscape Artist of the Year competition being screened this autumn.   Currently Mary Ann has been experimenting with thick layers of paint laid on with a palette knife, using bold, bright colours, depicting a series of scenes showing everyday people at play or at work, on the beach or among their friends, catching them momentarily in a scene as if through candid camera.   Mary Ann continues to paint with both brush and palette knife. She has also allowed her long-standing fascination with the outdoors to come through her work, developing a series of colourful coastal scenes and trees in bright autumn colours.   She has encompassed the breathtaking beauty of water, whether it is coastal waves lapping the shore, a gentle river meandering through green rolling hills, or a sparkling, frothy waterfall in a forest glade, ablaze with colour.   "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."

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