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Mary Edna Fraser

Charleston, SC

"Aerial perspective, large scale and brilliant color"
Charleston artist Mary Edna Fraser is captivated by complex patterns of land and water viewed from high above in her family’s vintage 1946 Ercoupe plane. Exploring aerial landscapes for more than a quarter century using her own aerial photography along with satellite images, maps, and charts, Fraser works in the ancient textile medium of batik on silk using modern dye technology. Her art communicates environmental activism in books with Dr. Orrin H. Pilkey, Duke University Emeritus, A Celebration of the World's Barrier Islands, and Global Climate Change: A Primer. Fraser’s oils, batiks, and monotypes have been featured in over 100 one-woman exhibitions extending from local to outer space and deep-sea. Her studio welcomes visitors by appointment. email
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