Mary Connelly

As a painter, Mary K. Connelly works in the tradition of narrative figuration, influenced by the intimate interiors of Vermeer, Bonnard, and Hopper; her paintings are a distillation of perception and memory where color and light convey a world psychologically and spiritually charged. Mary received her BFA in painting at Washington University in St. Louis in 1983, and her MFA in painting from Indiana University in Bloomington. The artist currently resides in Colorado and is an Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing at the University of Colorado at Denver. Connelly is represented by First Street Gallery in New York City.


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Issue 4 | Paintings