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Mai Mai is a colorist who is inspired by the contrasts of light in nature.  The focus of her art is to provide an illustration of nature that expresses hope and beauty.  Mai Mai's painting style emphasizes the contrast of bright colors with neutrals and the play of shadow and light.  She enjoys working with the design side as well - the juxtaposition of patterns and shapes.  The inspiration for her paintings comes from imagination, dreams, and nature and travel to her favorite places - Acadia National Park, Provence, Key West, the Caribbean and Cape Cod.  She is a South End based artist at SOWA in Boston and is a member of The SOWA Artist GUILD and United South End Artists.   Mai Mai has studied with Margaret Gerding and at the Danforth School of Art.


Mai Mai’s work has been exhibited at the Prince Street Gallery in New York City, Liberty Hotel in Boston, Provincetown Art Museum, Zullo Gallery, Blanche Ames National Juried Art Exhibition, Hopkinton Center for the Arts, Amazing Things Art Center,  Massachusetts Audubon Society Moose Hill Wildlife Gallery, Fountain Street Studios in Framingham, MA , the Danforth Museum School, Arts on the Green (Massachusetts Horticulture Society at the Gardens at Elm Bank), and Post Road Gallery.  Her works are held in private collections in France, Switzerland and the United States.