Hi, Let me introduce myself,

I paint in oils reveling in their flexibility and depth.  While my paintings often use representations of nature, they really have nothing to do with nature, or any specific place, and everything to do with emotions. I paint what I am feeling onto the canvas, using primarily water & skies to convey those emotions, having no preconceived idea of what the end result will be.  Each piece is a journey of discovery for me, and I hope for you the viewer as well.

I also love to play with alcohol inks which you will find samples of on my Abstracts page.

Thank you & Enjoy! 

My work can be found:

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Instagram – Mary Derrick Art on Instagram

Galleries:  I am currently , or have exhibited in these galleries/locations

2015 – Present – Kawartha Artists Gallery & Studio – Ptbo, ON [juried & group shows]

2017 – Oct & Nov – Peterborough Regional Health Center – Healing Arts and Rotating Gallery – Solo Show – Oct 2 – Nov 30th

2017 – Art Square Gallery – Toronto, ON [across from the AGO] Black & White Group Show

2017 – Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Toronto, ON

2016 & 2017 – Buckhorn Fine Art Festival

2016 –  Warkworth Art in the Park, Warkworth, ON  [juried show]

2016 – Kawartha Studio Tour – Peterborough & The Kawarthas, ON  [juried]

2016 – Art Gallery of Northumberland – 39th Annual Juried Show

2016 – Uncommon Market – Group Show – Peterborough, ON

2015 & 2016 – 2017 – Lakefield Jazz & Arts & Craft Festival, Lakefield, ON

2015 & 2016 – Gallery 1313 – Toronto, ON

2014 – 2016 – Kawartha Art Gallery, juried & group shows [public gallery for the City of Kawartha Lakes] [2014 – Awarded Provocation Award in juried show]

2014-2016 – The Art Shop – Lakefield, ON

2014-2016 – Proximity Fine Art Gallery – Stoney Lake, ON

2014-2016 – Bridgenorth Art Center – Bridgenorth, ON

2014 – Art On Kent – [now Kawartha Art Network] , Lindsay, ON

2013 – 2015 – Gallery In The Attic – Peterborough, ON

My work is also in Private Collections in Toronto, Kingston, Peterborough & the Kawarthas, and in various cities across Canada.

Corporate Collections:  The Canadian Bankers Association