Mary Christie

  • As the Road Bends, Ireland, Oil 10"x8"
  • Sheep at Ballymastocker Bay, Donegal, Oil 8"x10"
  • Cow Parsley, Inishowen, Oil 10"x12"
  • Blue Roof, Oil 12"x16"
  • SOLD, Dunfanaghy, Oil 12"x16"
  • SOLD, Donegal Coastline, Oil 16"x16"
  • SOLD, Hillside Pasture, Oil 10"x14"
  • SOLD, Nearly Home, Oil 16"x12"
  • Near Derrybeg, Donegal, Oil 16"x12"
  • SOLD, The Rowan Tree, Oil 16"x12"
  • Quiet Pasture Donegal, Oil 16"x16"
  • SOLD Quiet Grazing, Oil 12"x16"
  • SOLD, Toward Tory Island, Oil 20"x16"
  • Sperrin Cottage Oil 12"x12"

Born and living in rural Derry.

Degree: Geography and History, QUB

Taught in secondary sector. Currently teaching primary part time.

Always interested in craft. Success in knitwear and design emulated from her skillful handling of colour and texture.

Largely self-taught, her love of the Irish countryside with its changing moods and colours, inspires her individual painting style.

Exhibitions

  • Great success in having paintings chosen for, and sold in The Royal Ulster Academy Exhibitions of 1996, 1997 and 1998.
  • Paintings in the Desmond Collection in London.
  • Glebe Gallery Exhibition 1999.
  • Group Exhibition in Boston 2000.
  • Laing 2000
  • Late 2000 had a joint exhibition in The Ken McGilloway Gallery in L'Derry. New work there all year round.

 

Born and living in rural Derry.

Degree: Geography and History, QUB

Taught in secondary sector. Currently teaching primary part time.

Always interested in craft. Success in knitwear and design emulated from her skillful handling of colour and texture.

Largely self-taught, her love of the Irish countryside with its changing moods and colours, inspires her individual painting style.

Exhibitions

  • Great success in having paintings chosen for, and sold in The Royal Ulster Academy Exhibitions of 1996, 1997 and 1998.
  • Paintings in the Desmond Collection in London.
  • Glebe Gallery Exhibition 1999.
  • Group Exhibition in Boston 2000.
  • Laing 2000
  • Late 2000 had a joint exhibition in The Ken McGilloway Gallery in L'Derry. New work there all year round.