Marietta artist Mary Jane Huegel of Red Door Gallery discusses her Coastal Art

 Mary Jane Huegel,  Meandering , 2015, oil on canvas, 18” x 24”

Mary Jane Huegel, Meandering, 2015, oil on canvas, 18” x 24”

Mary Jane Huegel of Red Door Gallery and Frameworks Art Gallery in Marietta Georgia discusses her Coastal Art as part of artGuide Magazine's yearly editorial covering this illustrious topic.  Her influences, processes, and art are revealed. 


It is from many childhood memories of Amelia Island, FL, and the marshlands of South Georgia that Mary Jane Huegel draws much of her coastal inspiration.  She spent her summers on the beach and her winters in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky.  The vivid memories and impressions of these special landscapes give her inspiration for her peaceful and colorful artistic expressions. It is her hope to reveal how creation spoke to her heart; and for the viewer to feel this inspiration though her lovely paintings.  She works with lots of paint and other mediums to expression this emotion.  

For the last 15 years, she has taken classes from various world-renowned art instructors.  Each teacher taught her invaluable principles in art.  She now teaches art classes and workshops to other students and instills what has so graciously already been given to her.  She is taking a group of artist this September to paint the coast of Maine. 

Mary Jane’s artworks have most recently been purchased by Tyler Perry Studios.  She continues to be chosen for the Scottsdale Artists’ School Juried Art show “Best and Brightest”.  She is represented by Frameworks Art Gallery and Red Door Art Gallery and Studio in Marietta, GA. 

Mary Jane Huegel, artist.  
Marietta, GA
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