Marie Kelleher Roy

 

Marie Kelleher-Roy's artistic endeavors have followed the line of art history.

She started with naïve painting in the style of Grandma Moses and worked her way through impressionism and abstract expressionism. Through with the isms she moved to sculpture and used local driftwood to represent the changes in the expressions of women during the Women's Movement. Clay representative busts were her next medium as her grandchildren and family matured. She did a series of contemporary women artists, of men who had influenced her life, and her grandchildren as they matured. While she was writing her memoir, "Shorelines, From Lake Pennesseewasee to Moonstone Beach, words became her fascination. She adapted transfer print, collage and monoprint to include letters and words. Now in her 80's Marie  is working with words, line, color, and form  to express her view of the world and her part in  it

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words #1, Transfer drawing with watercolor

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words #2, Transfer drawing with watercolor

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