Browsing: Exhibitions

FloridaScapes FlyerJanuary-April 2018 FloridaScapes,

Featured Artists, Mary Belle Cordell, Diane Delorey, Timothy Forman, Kirsten Hines, Christina Lihan, Debbie Rubin, Francisco Sheuat.

 From lush tropical landscapes to the rushing surf, sandy beaches and stunning birds that call South Florida home Florida provides a unique backdrop for creative souls.

Presented in partnership with ArtServe , an award-winning non-profit arts incubator, the work on display highlights local artists who have achieved distinction for their singular artistic styles and themes .
After exploring a variety of media Mary Belle eventually settled on porcelain painting, which is her passion. She will have four of her porcelain paintings on exhibit at South Side School and is presently on the teaching staff.

Art work Submitted to Marietta Cob Museum of Art, Atlanta Street SE, Marietta, Ga 20060. The name of the National show is Metro Montage XVII. The gallery and museum is located in a restored court house on the square in Marietta Georgia.I love these old historical restored buildings.I feel that my porcelain art work belongs in these lovely old galleries.

Storm on the Beach porcelain Painting by Mary Belle Cordell

Storm on the Beach

Mary Belle Cordell was informed that two of her porcelain paintings have been accepted in the 12th Annual art Competition sponsored by the city of Pembroke Pines. The artwork will b exhibited at  studio 18 in the Pines located at 1101 Poinciana Drive, Pembroke Pines, Fl. ” Storm at Sunset” and “Poppy Number One” are the names of the artwork accepted into this show. The city of Pembroke Pines Arts Culture Advisory Board was established in 2000 for the expressed purpose of encouraging artistic opportunities to all local artists.

 The public is invited to the opening reception to be held on Friday, September 23, 2016, from 7:00 until 9:00 PM.
Still life porcelain art painting of Pears and grapes

The Pear

Mary Belle Cordell will be exhibiting her porcelain art paintings of “Christ on the road to Emmaus” and “The Pear” in the art gallery at the Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, Atlanta Georgia.  The Fall show will feature the Fall colors in the paintings.  The church has a very active artists group and will have seven shows in the coming year.  Mary Belle will be showing her art in these shows.