Mary's artist profile

 Mary Deacon Opasik is a Catonsville artist who has devoted the last three decades to making  assemblage art with found and repurposed objects.  She received her BFA dgree in 1989 from Maryland Institute College of  Art (MICA), in Baltimore, MD.
Her work has been freatured in The Huntsville Museum of Art ( AL), Chateau de Rochefort (FR), Sandy Spring Museum (MD) and Lincoln Center Crafts Festival (NY).
Ms. Opasik art is in private and public collections and has been shown in galleries both nationally ans internationally.
It has been published in " Found Object Art" by Dorothy Spencer,  Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2002 and "Found Object Art II" by Tina Skinner, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2009.

Opasik has participated twice in Maryland Art Place's Critics' and Residency Programs in 1991 & 1994 and has taught in several artist-in-education programs.  She was a grantee to artists' residency programs including  The Alfred & Trafford Klots Residency (Brittany, FR), Fundacion Valparasio (SP), Sehn Family Residency at Loyola University (MD) and Inside Zone (RO).   The artist has done community projects with children and is an ongoing  participant of Nature Art In the Park (MD).

Mary's Curated Collection

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