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Mary Doane

Originally from Nova Scotia, Mary lived in Quebec City for 37 years before moving back home in 2015.  It was during her training in interior decoration that she first used watercolour as a medium to render perspective drawings.

 Mary is inspired by everyday items. She explains, “I do tend to collect lots of odds and ends and the tables in our home are inhabited by all manner of knick-knacks. I suppose some would call it clutter but I have the excuse of calling it inspiration! These things tell stories – on their own, but also when grouped with other objects.”

 “I am drawn to the representation of detailed subjects, often in a close-up view.  I enjoy drawing the spectator’s eye to details that would otherwise go unnoticed and bring him or her to discover the beauty that is to be found in the textures and forms of the everyday objects around us.”

 Mary is a signature member of the Quebec-based Institut des Arts Figuratifs (IAF) and of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor (CSPWP).

 

  • For the Record
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    For the Record

    $750.00

    Mary Doane

    Watercolour

    10" X 14" (Image size)

    17.5" x 21.5" (Framed size)

     

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  • Have You Seen My Keys?
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    Have You Seen My Keys?

    $925.00

    Mary Doane

    Watercolour

    17" X 9" (Image size)

    25.5" x 17.5" (Framed size)

     

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  • Learning the Ropes
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    Mary Doane

    Learning the Ropes

    $650.00

    Mary Doane

    Watercolour

    8" X 17" (Image size)

    15.25" x 24" (Framed size)

     

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  • Gone Fishing
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    Gone Fishing

    $565.00

    Mary Doane

    Watercolour

    9.5" X 11" (Image size)

    17" x 18" (Framed size)

     

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  • Bean there...
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    Bean there...

    $150.00

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    Mary Doane

    Watercolour

    3.5" X 3.5" (Image size)

    9.25" x 9.25" (Framed size)

     

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  • Chicken bone soup
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    Chicken bone soup

    $475.00

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    Mary Doane

    Watercolour

    7.75" X 9.75" (Image size)

    14" x 16.25"

     

     

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  • All Sorted
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    All Sorted

    $400.00

    Mary Doane

    Watercolour

    5.75" X 14.25" (Image size)

    12" x 20.5" (Framed size)

     

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  • I like the blue ones best
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    I like the blue ones best

    $475.00

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    Mary Doane

    Watercolour

    8" X 8" (Image size)

    14.25" x 14.25" (Framed size)

     

     

    Originally from Nova Scotia, Mary lived in Quebec City for 37 years before moving back home in 2015.  It was during her training in interior decoration that she first used watercolour as a medium to render perspective drawings.

     Mary is inspired by everyday items. She explains, “I do tend to collect lots of odds and ends and the tables in our home are inhabited by all manner of knick-knacks. I suppose some would call it clutter but I have the excuse of calling it inspiration! These things tell stories – on their own, but also when grouped with other objects.”

     “I am drawn to the representation of detailed subjects, often in a close-up view.  I enjoy drawing the spectator’s eye to details that would otherwise go unnoticed and bring him or her to discover the beauty that is to be found in the textures and forms of the everyday objects around us.”

     Mary is a signature member of the Quebec-based Institut des Arts Figuratifs (IAF) and of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor (CSPWP).

     

    Visit artwork page