Maria Chevska   British 1948-

Maria Chevska, painter, printmaker and teacher, based in London who attended Byam Shaw School of Art 1970-4, including postgraduate studies. Chevska awards include Arts Council 1977; Greater London Arts Association 1979-84; Gulbenkian Foundation Printmakers Award, 1982; and Austin Abbey Award, British School at Rome, 1994.
Maria Chevska became head of painting at Ruskin School of Art and Fine Art, Oxford. She was a prolific exhibitor, who was included in Sister Wendy Beckett’s 1988 survey ‘Contemporary Women Artists’.
Group Show:
Art and Sea, John Hansard Gallery, Southhampton, 1981
ICA, both in 1981
Whitechapel Open from 1983
Crossover, Anderson O’Day Gallery, 1991
White Out, Curwen Gallery, 1995.
Solo Shows:
Air Gallery 1982
Recent Paintings, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, 1987
Weight, Andrew Mummery 1996 & 2001
Spoken language, Kunstmuseum Heldenheim & Musuem Goch, Germany 1997
And many more!!!

Her work can also be found at the Arts Council, Gulbenkian Foundation, Bolton City and Oldham Art Galleries and Corperate collections.

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