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MCS artist exhibition

Friday 30 January 2009

Two SistersHolly Mae Pendergast is an artist in the US who developed Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) as a result of the materials she was using.

Due to her sensitivity, Holly Mae switched to chemically safer materials – and, because of her physical deterioration, she eventually developed a lighter style of painting which she has refined over the past few years.

Here’s Holly Mae’s website:

Holly Mae Pendergast

Her new, MCS-influenced style of painting is now on display at the Phoenix Gallery in Utah:

Phoenix Gallery | Artists | Holly Mae Pendergast

The Phoenix Gallery also has a short but informative bio of Holly Mae that describes how MCS affected her artistic endeavours:

Phoenix Gallery | Artists | Holly Mae Pendergast: Artist Statement

There’s also an interesting interview with Holly Mae in which she describes her experiences as an artist with MCS:

Access Art: Holly Mae Pendergast: Experiences of a Sensitive Artist

 


 

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