ERIN McGEE FERRELL. TIM BEAVIS. CONVERGENCE MAY 4-28. PORTLAND, MAINE
ERIN McGEE FERRELL. TIM BEAVIS. CONVERGENCE MAY 4-28. PORTLAND, MAINE. Contemporary Maine Artists paint colorful Figurative abstractions. ArtistAMERICAN.com
May. 4 – May. 28
Portland Art Gallery
Thursday, May 4th from 5-7pm.
154 Middle Street
CONVERGENCE- The evolution of similar structures or traits in unrelated species in similar environments.- Wikitionary
“I am excited to be partnering together with Tim Beavis for this upcoming show. Tim and I create art in opposite environments but our finished work pairs nicely in color, spirit, and intensity. It is an honor to have my name with his and our art hung together in the beautiful space of The Portland Art Gallery, Maine.”
Erin McGee Ferrell. www.ArtistAmerican.com
“I am a fearless and passionate explorer of materials, seeking to alter environments and evoke transformation.”
“I place big paintings on medical walls to distract patients from pain.”
Erin McGee Ferrell creates large 2-D mixed media installations for Corporate and HealthCare Interior Spaces. She also creates large Urban Architectural Oil Paintings on the streets of Portland, Maine and Philadelphia, PA. McGee Ferrell creates art in public places where onlookers collaborate with the artist in the creative process and outcome. Nationally recognized, McGee Ferrell’s paintings are collected by Private and Commercial institutions, including TD Ameritrade, AtlantiCare New Jersey, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, INC. Philadelphia, The Episcopal Diocese of Boston, the CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, professional hockey player Kimmo Timonen, and America’s Cup Winner- Robert James Gale. Her Maine Oil paintings can be purchased through Portland Art Gallery, Portland, Maine. Her work has been highlighted at the Arnot Museum, NY. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and University of the Arts Philadelphia. McGee Ferrell has also studied at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, University of Louisville in Italy, School for International Training in Nigeria, and Maine College of Art.