USA to Z City Alphabet Book
Tour the USA in alphabetical order and see the sights through the eyes and brushes of artists Mary Gallagher Stout and John Gascot, also known as "The Art Monkeys."
Authors/Illustrators: Mary Gallagher Stout & John Gascot
My Eye on the Philadelphia Mummers: REAL Life Drawing Series
Artist Mary Gallagher Stout's REAL Life Drawing series continues in Philadelphia, PA, focusing on the City of Brotherly Love and the Mummers in all of their color and splendor.
Over 80 ORIGINAL drawings in this 110 page volume, including images of the following bands and subjects: Aqua String Band, Avalon String Band, Broomall String Band, Duffy String Band, Durning String Band, Ferko String Band, Fralinger String Band, Hegeman String Band, Kensington String Band, Overbrook String Band, Pennsport String Band, Polish American String Band, Quaker City String Band, South Philadelphia String Band, Trilby String Band, Uptown String Band, Woodland String Band... and numerous scenes of Philadelphia and its citizens.
REAL Life Drawing: My Eye on Washington, DC
Artist Mary Gallagher Stout's REAL Life Drawing series starts in Washington, DC. Her subjects range from famous buildings and monuments to the real people who would be passing by.
All work was painted with acrylics or drawn with pastels and charcoal on pages of the Washington Post to express "real" news over top of the printed news.
Artist turns therapy helmets into part of baby girl's personality
Brianne and Jeffrey wanted their daughter to feel as normal as possible while undergoing this therapy. So instead of having her wear a standard white helmet, mom enlisted the help of local artist Mary Gallagher Stout. Read more
Faces Magazine creating mixed-media portraits
Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine special issue creating faces
Faces in A Flash - tutorial by MG Stout
Public Studios Making Art Accessible
Check out MG Stout's studio in April 2015 issue of Artists & Makers Magazine
Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine features MG Stout's Urban Sketching
Studio 4 Old Town named BEST Gallery 2013 by Washington Post Express
October 17, 2013
When Gina Cochran, John Gascot and MG Stout founded Studio 4 this spring, they wanted a space where art could be a vehicle for social change. For example, in January’s “Transcend,” Gascot will present his paintings of transgender people; in August, Stout exhibited his depictions of returning veterans. September brought works by autistic children who collaborated with professional artists. “We’re just very community-conscious,” Stout says. E.B.
Written by Holly J. Morris, Kristen Page-Kirby, Beth Marlowe, Sadie Dingfelder (Express) and Erin Bylander (For Express)
Paint Party with Holly Morris FOX 5 Live!
Original Air Date: October 7, 2013
See all the segments by clicking on the image of MG & Holly!