top of page

Thu, Apr 13



Mary Lowe - The Drawn Together Collective - Brandon

IMPORTANT DATES: - Opening Reception: April 13, 7pm - Lunch and Look: April 14, 1pm - Artist Spotlight Video: Online May 14, 2023 Main Gallery - April 13 to June 17, 2023 Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba Brandon Manitoba

Mary Lowe - The Drawn Together Collective - Brandon
Mary Lowe - The Drawn Together Collective - Brandon

Time & Location

Apr 13, 2023, 7:00 p.m. – Jun 17, 2023, 7:00 p.m.

Brandon, 710 Rosser Ave #2, Brandon, MB R7A 0K9, Canada

About the event


Mary Lowe Biography Mary grew up in Regina  Saskatchewan, with three passions, art, ballet, and horses. She moved to   Winnipeg on a dance scholarship and later graduated from the University of   Manitoba with a BFA degree, majoring in sculpture, this became a new passion.   Mary and her husband, Eric Lowe now live on a farm in rural Manitoba. Eric was also an artist and potter so Mary was able to resume her love for clay   sculpture. 

She became a member of the Hamiota Art Club where she discovered  an affinity for watercolour painting. Mary received a Manitoba Arts Council  grant and completed a MAWA, mentorship under Ann Fallis. Her clay sculptures  and watercolour paintings have been shown in solo and group shows in  galleries in rural Manitoba, Winnipeg, Ontario, and at the Calgary Stampede.   Mary has also participated in many juried art shows in Manitoba. Mary and her  daughter Erica have painted 15 large outdoor murals in many towns in   southwestern Manitoba. Artist Statement Her sculpture and painting depict  rural farm life. 

The beauty I see in rural Manitoba captivates me with its  many changing hues and temperatures. Such as animals enjoying the spring  grass under the heat of the sun. This is such a peaceful sight to me. I love  the shapes, colours and their curious faces. Through my art I want to   communicate my love for domesticated farm animals. My sculptures capture  these elegant forms, their spirit and the beauty of their faces. I want my  work to speak to others. So, they can also see and appreciate the beauty of  these large and lovely creatures.

Share this event

Event Info: Events
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
bottom of page