Simplicity of SmallDecember 13th, 2021

Now that Mary Edna's Dewees oils are back in the studio, we have on display a wonderful selection of small 6" x 4" plein air oils (including gold easels) still available for purchase...

SilkwormDecember 13th, 2021

Such an honor to be featured as SPIN Master Dyer in the Fall 2021 issue of Silkworm magazine...

Dewees PressNovember 5th, 2021

Thanks to all the recent buzz, we've added a few more openings to take the ferry over to Dewees Island for a tour of Mary Edna's show at the Huyler House. SIGN UP HERE: www.signupgenius.com/go/mef

Dewees Island OilsSeptember 22nd, 2021

In freezing Winter weather, Mary Edna painted from observation towers on Dewees.... All 18" x 24" paintings are $2,200 and proceeds benefit the Dewees Island Conservancy.

Dewees Island ExhibitSeptember 9th, 2021

The Dewees Island Arts Council & The Dewees Island Conservancy invite you to an exhibit featuring Mary Edna Fraser at the Huyler House Gallery, September 17 - November 14, 2021...

“From Lincoln Peak” for Environmental Defense FundJuly 3rd, 2021

Mary Edna's 78" x 47.5" batik on silk "From Lincoln Peak" was recently selected for display on the home page of the Environmental Defense Fund. Creators were asked to imagine the world with 100% clean energy by 2050, and for us that means protecting our natural resources first and foremost. This view depicts Lake Ellen Wilson and Lincoln Lake from 7,450 feet via Gunsight Pass Trail in Glacier National Park....

Dewees PartyJune 29th, 2021

Dewees 57" x 35" batik on silk 1998

Black River Cypress PreserveJune 17th, 2021

"On June 10 - 12, 2021, John (the Dr. Babe) and I travelled 90 minutes outside of Charleston to the Black River Cypress Preserve. Celie Dailey, who wrote The Batik Art of Mary Edna Fraser and managed my studio for 15 years, is the botanist there. We rode bikes 2.5 miles to the kayak landing, then had a gorgeous experience visiting a millennial cypress in its swampy home..."

Painting on DeweesFebruary 12th, 2021

BIG Thank You to Cori McIntyre for hosting & being Mary Edna's dutiful "art sherpa" during a cold February visit to Dewees Island due north of Charleston, SC. The barrier island is a nature preserve accessible only by boat, flocked with shorebirds and filled with cypress groves. Mary Edna immersed herself in the unique environment to create several new paintings, coming soon to the site!

In Memory of TrebekNovember 16th, 2020

Fun Fact: On April 26, 2004, Mary Edna's batik "Eye of Hurricane Hugo" was shown on an episode of Jeopardy...

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