Watercolor/Gourds
Weaving
Glass
Decorative Paper
Dollmaking/Baskets
Pottery
Artist Mary Louise Hunt:
The Great Smoky Mountains has influenced my artwork since I was a child. My father, Ed Hunt, a local photographer, would hike with me into the Smokies to his favorite vantage points. I often return to these remote areas of the National Park to recapture those magical moments shared with my father.

The light, shadows, and color of nature inspire me. Pastels, watercolor, oils, and glass are the mediums for my work. Designs for my stained and kiln-formed glass develp from my paintings.

Using one of the oldest glass-forming techniques, the glass is slowly fired, cooled, layered with other glasses, and refired into a variety of forms and objects. Glass enamels and paints are also melded with the glass to add detail.
Collections of my work are in the United States, Europe, and the Far East.

Most recently , my pastel entitled “Passage to the forest” received a Distinguished Media Award in the 13th Sevier County Biennial Exhibition at Arrowmont school of arts and Crafts.

For over a decade I have been in a partnership with the Cliff Dwellers
Gallery in Gatlinburg .You may also find my work in Gatlinburg, TN at The Park Grill Gift Shop, Smoky Mountain Angler, and Artworks Gallery in Sevierville. M.L.Hunt


Trailing Arbutus: watercolor


Mary Louise Hunt
www.birdofparadoxstudio.com

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