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Thank you for visiting me here at my online Studio.

As a classically trained Artist, the study of Art History informs my work. Compositions underlying the great paintings of the Old Masters is the critical framework on which I design my Art. Brilliantly vibrant colors of nature inspire my paintings, as do the textures of fabrics, flowers and fur.
…mary ahern


Current and Upcoming Art Exhibitions

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"Beverly's Welcome". A 20x24" Mixed Media gallery wrapped painting

“Beverly’s Welcome”. A 20×24″ Mixed Media gallery wrapped painting

Presents
“Gardens Revisited”
A Fine Art Exhibition by
Mary Ahern
May 28 – July 17, 2016

Opening Reception Sunday, June 12 from 1 – 4 PM
Refreshments will be served.

The gallery is open Thursdays Through Sunday’s

Bayard Cutting Arboretum
Manor House
440 Montauk Highway
Great River, NY 11739

P. 631-581-1002

The Hidden Oak Cafe is located inside the Manor House, offering a varied menu of freshly prepared foods including sandwiches, quiche, soups,  pies and other desserts. Take advantage of with their indoor or outdoor seating.

Make a day of it, roam this world class Arboretum, view Art and stay for lunch.


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artful-circle-logoAn exhibit of photos, paintings and illustrations featuring LI landmarks both popular and personal. Exploring what the word “landmark” means to each of the chosen Artists. The show features work from all over Long island.

This show has been curated by the former Chief Curator at the Nassau County Museum of Art, Franklin Hill Perrell and his business partner, Debbie Wells. Together they are Co-Founders of The Artful Circle where they are deeply immersed in the current Art Scene, running gallery tours in NYC & the Hamptons while supporting a myriad of needs of the Arts community from marketing, lectures, curating and more.

“#MYLongIslandLandmarks”
An Art Show inspired by the Instagram hashtag #MyLongIslandLandmarks. Included are stand-out submissions to their hashtag invitation as well as selected works by local artists who use Long Island as their subject.

SPLIA Gallery
161 Main Street
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724

Phone: 631-692-4664

Open Thursdays through Sundays 12-4PM
June 9th to November 20th, 2016

Opening Reception: Sunday, June 5, 2016
5-7PM

$5 suggested admission
Wheelchair Accessible

Northport Harbor 24x36" Gallery Wrapped. Mixed Media Canvas.

“Northport Harbor” 24×36″ Gallery Wrapped. Mixed Media Canvas.

 

This is my statement of what this Landmark means to me which will be presented along with my Mixed Media Painting at the Long Island Landmarks show.

“Northport was a destination for me for the many years I was a single parent, raising my sons, hoping for that idyllic life the town visually offers. I worked hard and saved for that dream, finally buying my own home in my favorite town. And then a surprise happened. I met Dave, he loved what I loved. Twenty years ago we married with great joy, with a summer sunset across the water, surrounded by boats, friends and family and as we like to say, we took the plunge at the end of the dock in Northport Harbor.”


Art in the Park in Northport

Northport Art in the Park

And Don’t Forget our Annual
Saturday Art in the Park
In beautiful downtown Northport Harbor
at the foot of Main Street!

Music, Art and Open Mic Poetry!

Saturday, July 9, 2016
10am – 5pm

 


Support the Arts.

My paintings are available in a wide assortment of sizes and surfaces. These paintings and prints are available through a variety of sources as well as directly from me, the Artist.

You can see pricing and place your orders safely with PayPal by going to my Purchase link here.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me for all inquiries. I’d love to hear from you.

For additional information or to discuss a Custom Painting

please either email me here, Mary Ahern the Artist

or call me at  631-757-9459

Custom Work Welcome!


Mary Ahern is a classically trained American Artist who is stretching the boundaries of her mediums with innovative techniques, giving us new avenues to explore the meaning of art & its relationship to our lives.

….Allison J. Cruz • Executive Director • Smithtown Arts Council

 

 

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