33 years in the Art Club

With a degree in Fine Arts, Mary Lowe of Kenton, MB has spent years perfecting her techniques.  Beginning in clay and then moving into watercolours, she focuses mainly on horses, cats and elephants. But as the photo shows, she has a great eye for bone and muscle structure too.

Lowe joined the Hamiota Art Club 33 years ago and just completed her second year at the Moose Mountain Provincial Park Art Colony Retreat.

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83-18ar2  Mary Lowe stands beside her freshly completed watercolour at MMPP Art Colony Retreat

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