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Mary Lonergan Art

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  • Hey Baby Whoa Baby Pretty Baby artwork by Mary Lonergan - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

My intention as an artist is to provoke an essential exchange between the art and the viewer. I create work that stimulates an emotional response using color and movement.

When I view a painting or any other type of art, I look to be changed by it. I want a new perspective, an alteration or a sign that something is happening here.

Much of my work starts in abstraction, but often a portrait emerges. I love it when this happens. I don’t know who they are, but the arrival triggers something elemental. A longing from a lost connection or a remembrance of something or someone I once found beautiful.

Often, when I look back on a finished piece, I’m startled by what it says or how it elicits such a visceral response. I also love that the work can have a profound effect on someone else in an entirely unrelated way.

I believe my best work has a sound or movement to it that communicates to the core of the viewer.

~ Mary Lonergan

About Artwork:

This piece was inspired by the Led Zeppelin song, Black Dog.

Mary Lonergan

Hey Baby Whoa Baby Pretty Baby

  • 2018
  • 40 x 30 inches
  • Fine Art Category: paintings
  • Medium: Acrylic
  • Origin: USA
  • Signed: Signed lower right
  • Comments:

    acrylic + oil stick on canvas / ready to hang

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  • Price: $1,100.00 USD
  • Seller: Mary Lonergan Art, USA

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  • Artplode ID: 5434
  • Artplode Seller ID: 2829

About Artist:

My intention as an artist is to provoke an essential exchange between the art and the viewer. I create work that stimulates an emotional response using color and movement.

When I view a painting or any other type of art, I look to be changed by it. I want a new perspective, an alteration or a sign that something is happening here.

Much of my work starts in abstraction, but often a portrait emerges. I love it when this happens. I don’t know who they are, but the arrival triggers something elemental. A longing from a lost connection or a remembrance of something or someone I once found beautiful.

Often, when I look back on a finished piece, I’m startled by what it says or how it elicits such a visceral response. I also love that the work can have a profound effect on someone else in an entirely unrelated way.

I believe my best work has a sound or movement to it that communicates to the core of the viewer.

~ Mary Lonergan

About Artwork:

This piece was inspired by the Led Zeppelin song, Black Dog.







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