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’.
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.
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.
Maria Chevska oil painting ‘Water Theme’ (3)
Maria Chevska oil painting ‘Water Theme’ (2)
Maria Chevska Oil Painting Abstract