PLEASE NOTE: The gallery is closed on Mondays
Oneiric and Symbolic Paintings by Mary Blindflowers
5 June - 30 June
We are thrilled to be showing this collection of paintings by Mary Blindflowers, selected from the open call for proposals. Mary Blindflowers’ style is rich in symbolic images that represent her deepest approach to metaphysical and phenomenal reality.
The exhibition will be open 11am to 4:30pm Tuesday to Sunday, closed on Mondays.
About Mary Blindflowers
Mary Blindflowers is a book writer and theatre reviewer, painter and illustrator. Born in Italy, she is currently based in Hertfordshire, UK. Her last few art exhibitions were at the Rayleigh Windmill Museum in Essex, and her last arts and books event was organized by the Ziferblat Concept Cafe in Shoreditch, London. Mary has been publishing and illustrating books in Italy and in the UK.
Mary gained a BA (Hons) in Modern Literacy at the University of Sassari, Italy (1999) and a MA in Criminology and Psychology at the University ”La Sapienza” of Rome (2004).
I love oneirism, symbol’s clear-headed absurdity and visionariness never for its own sake, but as a vehicle for riding towards worlds that can be related to ours, to their imperfection, filth and material evidence. I like biting poetry and literature which wrong-foots on behalf of experimentability as a reflexive fracture. I do not write to give answers, but to seek doubts from the perspective of an active nihilistical catastrophism. My novels propose lyrical self’s inexhaustible overcoming in a natural and instinctive transcending in order to find again human beings without protective infrastructures, naked and lonely with themselves inside universe’s bastard cosmic time. In my spare time I paint my covers to give light to my words’ subconscious prevalently by oil-on-canvas technique.