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7 – 24 Apr 1976

“Marjorie Boyd is a sensitive painter whose imagery and working methods parallel many of the efforts of certain of the Surrealist artists particularly Max Ernst. Like Ernst, Boyd has the ability to use seemingly random textures and organic signs and symbols to establish a visual feeling. She gives us human content without using figurative devices. Most often her paintings evoke a sense of the inexplicable; sometimes the tragic. In either case, the best paintings by Marjorie Boyd are honest attempts at making art that is shaped by her personal vision.” R. L. Shuebrook