In Mary Baranowski-Lowden's artworks, the artist draws inspiration from memories of the personal and domestic spheres -- her home, her children, and her garden. Her precise yet delicate depictions of flora and fauna demonstrate her mastery of the etching process. Quiet and understated, with a muted palette and unfussy renderings, Mary's aesthetic has a meditative quality that is eloquent in its simplicity.

Mary Baranowski-Lowden (b. 1954) was educated at Concordia University (Montreal) and University of Calgary. Her work has been exhibited in the United States, Romania, Germany, and Japan. Examples of Mary's work can be found in the collections of the Florean Museum, Romania; Scuola Internazionale di Grafica Venezia, Italy; Scurfield Hall, Alberta; Ernst & Young, Calgary; and Donald Club, Toronto. She currently resides in Wakefield, Quebec.

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Etching, from an edition of 15
18” x 18” 
$785 framed