Hirdie Girdie welcomes Muffy Clark Gill

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Hirdie Girdie Gallery announces Muffy Clark Gill as its March guest artist.
Muffy is a mixed media artist who creates framed paintings on silk using the Indonesian dye and wax resist process of batik, or the similar Japanese process known as rozome.
Muffy was originally introduced to batik on a trip to Uganda in 1970, and her lifelong love of travel and of experiencing different cultures provides the inspiration for her art. She has been recognized locally and nationally in exhibits, invitational shows, and art fairs and festivals, and she has won many awards. Her work is in the permanent collections of corporations, museums, and state government offices. Muffy also enjoys teaching batik and rozome in workshops.
Her exhibit at Hirdie Girdie will include pieces from her Agua and Agua Vida series, featuring sea life and shore birds. Muffy will be available to discuss her artistic process at the opening reception on March 12 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Hirdie Girdie Gallery is located at 2490 Library Way, Sanibel.
Find out more by calling 239-395-0027 or visiting online at


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