About the Artist

Mary Lou’s work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. including at the Virginia Art Museum in Richmond, Virginia; the Blue Planet juried show; Runnymede Corporate Headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia; University of Southern California Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery; as well as having some artwork at the London Olympics. Mary Lou won a Special Achievement Second Place Cash Award and Featured Artist Interview from Manhattan Arts International in its “HERStory 2016” juried exhibition. She also received an Award of Excellence from Manhattan Arts International for her “Burning Coal Car”. She has also taught master classes at the Dreyfoos Art School in West Palm Beach, Florida.  She has exhibited in a juried show at Gallery 1 in Point Reyes, California.  Her work about nuclear power was featured at the 2020 annual Ploughshares Fund Gala, an organization highlighting the need to prevent the use and spread of nuclear weapons.

In April 2021, a painting was chosen as a winner in the Contemporary Art Gallery Cityscape Art Theme online show. In May, 2021 one of her “Iceberg” paintings was accepted into a juried show at the O’Hanlon Gallery in Mill Valley, California.

Exhibitions and Awards

Mary Lou Dauray’s work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. including at the Virginia Art Museum in Richmond, Virginia; the Blue Planet juried show; Runnymede Corporate Headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia; University of Southern California Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery; as well as having some artwork at the London Olympics. Mary Lou won a Special Achievement Second Place Cash Award and Featured Artist Interview from Manhattan Arts International in its “HERStory 2016” juried exhibition. She also received an Award of Excellence from Manhattan Arts International for her “Burning Coal Car”. She has exhibited in a juried show at Gallery 1 in Point Reyes, California and at the O’Hanlon Gallery in Mill Valley, California.

If you are interested in using Mary Lou Dauray’s artwork for an anti-nuclear event, please contact the artist here.