Mary McCleary

The Art of Found Objects: Enigma Variations On view at AMSET

Enigma Variations was organized by guest curator and author, Robert Craig Bunch of San Antonio, and is an exhibit of artwork by artists who use found objects. They were included in Bunch’s book, The Art of Found Objects: Interviews with Texas Artists, published by Texas A&M University Press, 2016.  In addition to Mary McCleary, other artists represented in the show include: Steve Brudniak, Marilyn Lanfear, Angelica Paez, Ward Sanders, Kelly Sears, Charles A. A. Dellschau, Forrest Bess, Felix “Fox” Harris, Jesse Lott, David McManaway, Maudee Carron, Clyde Connell, Bert Long, Dario Robleto, Vernon Fisher, Trenton Doyle Hancock, and Jonathan Rosenstein. The exhibition can be seen from December 8, 2018 through March 3, 2019.

Hendrix College adds McCleary print to permanent collection

Hendrix College bought the etching,  Falling, Falling Light Renew for the school's permanent collection.

Reckoning: Annabel Livermore & Mary McCleary at Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas

Reckoning: Annabel Livermore & Mary McCleary at Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas
December 8-January 12, 2019
Opening reception Saturday, December 8

Kirk Hopper Fine Art is excited to announce an upcoming exhibition for artists Annabel Livermore and Mary McCleary in cooperation with Moody Gallery, Houston. Reckoning, curated by Susie Kalil, brings together two fiercely independent artists who live and work in isolation outside the art mainstream. Both produce layered, ambiguous narratives that address the core issues of our time. Raw, tactile, eviscerating and more relevant than ever, Livermore's luminous, visionary paintings and McCleary's illusionistic mixed media collages both skewer and reimagine the "hot zone" topics of the real world: power, greed, religion, an unforgiving economic order.
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"Below the Surface" Mary McCleary exhibit of collages and prints at Hendrix College Gallery, Conway, AR . October 2018