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Gow’s work is part of the abstract art tradition which developed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries when many artists felt literal graphic representation didn’t adequately express feelings they were experiencing. Like her predecessors, Gow showcases a reality that is impossible to illustrate in any other way.  -Murray Paskin

Read the full review at San Francisco Examiner.

 

“The colors in your abstract work are so vivid and alive–and then the black and white. Just lovely. Haunting. (Even the photographs tend towards the abstract: much tension there between a recognizable “image” and our perception of the “purity” of lines and related spaces. It’s as if an other consciousness were pulling at us as we look at the world.”
– Jack Foley, poet/performer/writer and host of KPFA 94.1 FM’s “Cover to Cover”

“Pure invention, challenging the viewer to consider the possibilities of the image.”
– Robert Buelteman, The Buelteman Studio 

“Refreshing . . . takes us back to what photography is all about.” 
– Marvin Wax (1923-2015), prolific graphic artist-photographer

THANKS SO MUCH for this gorgeous splash of beauty on my wall! Came home and immediately on entering, it burst into my vision and would not let me go – just as it did at your showing. And now I get to drink it in umpteen times a day.”
-Lisa Dollar, Founder, Lysistrada Project

“This piece is beautiful, ethereal–the colorist theme really comes through.”
-Lisa Awrey, Founder, Nutshell Branding

“Beautiful! I’ve enjoyed looking at all your wonderful work! Thank you.”
– Vicki Smith, Kayaking Adventurer

“Thank you for sharing your unique brand of art with the world. Goodness knows we need the spiritual uplift that your paintings spark! How can one resist such transcendent beauty?”
-Blesilda Carmona, Author & Award-Winning Poet

“Your work is beautiful!”
– Leslie Katz, Arts Editor, San Francisco Examiner

“Stunning work in every medium!”
– Jake Berry

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Read about Mary Gow’s findings AND see more of her creations on her journey at ArtSpirit7.com.

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