Mist Trees Abstract Painting by Mary Hubley
Mist Trees 30 x 30″ © Mary Hubley

Mary Hubley Introduces New Solo Art Exhibition:

 “Living the Coastal Landscape”

The 2-month exhibit will be in the St. Johns County Administration Building Rotunda

 St. Augustine, FL (February 25, 2018) – St. Johns County and the St. Johns Cultural Council are pleased to announce artist Mary Hubley’s new solo art exhibition, “Living the Coastal Landscape,” will be shown at the St. Johns County Administration Building Rotunda. The art show features 30 of Hubley’s large coastal landscape and still life paintings.

The opening reception will be held on March 19, 2019 from 8:15 to 9 a.m. in the Rotunda area of the St. Johns County Administration Building prior to the regularly scheduled St. Johns County Commission meeting. The reception is open to the public to meet the artist, ask questions about her art, and view the exhibit.

The exhibition, located at the St. Johns County Administration Building Rotunda, 500 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine, FL 32084, is being held for two months, from March 19 through May 23 during business hours (8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday). It is free and open to the public.

The Path 24 x 30" (c) Mary Hubley
The Path 24 x 30″ (c) Mary Hubley

Mary’s paintings are warm and impressionistic, showcasing the exquisite coastal landscape. Her brushstrokes are a soft and loose style with a modern impressionist style. Hubley is an internationally-recognized artist, although she calls St. Augustine home. She spent many years doing corporate art and book illustration. She won first place in a Smithsonian Institution exhibit and an award of excellence with the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society (NOAPS). She was spotlighted in two Best of America Artist books, three Richeson75 art books, and American Art Collector magazine. She gives regular painting workshops and sells her work through prominent U.S. art galleries.

This exhibition is sponsored by St. Johns County and the St. Johns Cultural Council and funded in part by the Florida Department of State Division of Cultural Affairs. We thank the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners for their continued support of the St. Johns Cultural Council Art in Public Spaces exhibits.



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