MARY CLAIRE DELONY
Mary Claire Delony’s paintings depict stories that embody joy, happiness and passion, constructing metaphors based on personal myths and inspired by the classics of literature, storytelling and music.
During her time in New York City, Delony studied under artists Bill Jensen, Carl Plansky, Carol Robb and John Newman. Delony has participated in juried exhibitions in New York State and Louisiana and has contributed to public art auctions.
She is currently a Talented Visual Art Teacher with East Baton Rouge Parish as well as an Adjunct Faculty member with the LSU School of Art. She also completed a residency at the International School of Paintings, Drawing and Sculpture, Montecastello di Vibio in Umbria Italy.
Artist Member since 2009
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting), Louisiana State University
Master of Fine Arts, New York Studio School
58 x 44 in
color reduction woodcut and digital image
34 x 44 in
woodcut and mylar