After early success in my late teens, exhibiting and selling at the Mall Galleries in London. Life then became busy with work and family commitments. Forty odd years passed quickly without the time for much art, but I have been working full time on my art now for the last 2 years.
I taught myself basic print making (lino printing and dry point etching.) My speciality is hand made limited edition prints, also original paintings and drawings. These sell online, you can visit my shop to see my work at www.artfinder.com/margaret-mallows. I regularly publish new work. You can also find me on Instagram @margaret.mallows
Inspiration for my art comes from life around me, and places I visit. I like to try different subjects and occasionally inject some humour into my work – art doesn’t have to be serious!
My artwork has sold to many countries across the world. Buyers have come back to me with fantastic feedback, and purchased more of my work. My art is currently in 10 different countries, and soon to be in 14, with work ready for dispatch as I write.
At the time of writing: Two prints shortlisted for the Royal Academy summer exhibition 2019 (final selection by the RA has not yet made made).
Participant in the excellent annual charity event started by print maker John Pedder; print makers have been busy making postcard sized prints; these we send out free to anyone requesting one, in return for them making a donation to their favourite charity. Such a lovely simple idea which I’m happy to be a part of. You can find out more about this on my Instagram page, or John Pedder’s page @johnapedder or using search #oneofmany on Instagram.
Images on the site are copyright of the artist.
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On Thursday 1st November 2018, one of our members, Pete Hayward, sadly passed away following a short illness. Pete More
The new Treasures exhibition at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery is a once in a generation event, which champions Peterborough’s More
Congratulations to Julie Errington who picked up the top prize in the PAOS 2018 competition. Julie, a keen art lover, More