• Mary Burke
  • Jacqueline Baerwald
  • Clyde Butcher
  • Melissa Jay Craig
  • Michael Cutlip
  • Rick Dula
  • Lisa A. Frank
  • Karina Noel Hean
  • Anne Hughes
  • Bob Krist
  • Roland Kulla
  • Richard Laurent
  • Tim Liddy
  • Brian McDonald
  • Zoriah Miller
  • John Musgrove
  • Ted Preuss
  • Bob Rehak
  • Jonathan Ricci
  • Matthew Schofield
  • Kimberly Schneider
  • Fumiko Toda
  • John Vlahakis
  • Kathy Weaver
  • Carl Wilen
  • Beverly Zawitkoski
  • Mary Burke

    Mary divides her time between Chicago, and her studio in southwest Michigan.  Her work can be seen at various galleries across the country, and she has exhibited paintings in Italy and South America. Her work has been featured in Newsweek magazine‚Äôs internet art gallery. She was an adjunct faculty member, teaching painting, at Shimer College from 2000 to 2005, and presently teaches at the Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph, MI. Her Bachelor of Arts degree is from the University of Chicago, and her Master of Fine Arts degree is from the University of Minnesota. She has also studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Princeton University. Her work can be seen in several publications such as The American Art Collector, The Artful Home, The Chicago Art Scene, and Suite Home Chicago.

    She paints on large canvases, but also creates small works on paper, which utilize acrylic, watercolor, pencil, and ink.  She explains her approach to painting as analytical, playing with formal elements of design that deal with the compositional relationships between color, pattern, texture, and line. Despite her attention to careful analysis, she gladly embraces the accidental aspects of creation, utilizing, and bringing life to the random mark. By mingling abstract and figurative elements, she allows the viewer space for imaginative thinking.  

    ARTISTS

    Artists may submit images, resume, and other material to anne@ziagallery.net.  Hard copies of images on CD, or other medium can be submitted to the address listed in the contact section. Please enclose a self addressed stamped envelope for returning any hard submissions.  Submissions that do not include a SASE will not be returned.