Artist and designer Mary Pow works primarily with cotton and linen textiles and soft pastels. In her work, she explores humanity’s various viewpoints and how they collide, collaborate, and contradict each other. She enjoys using color to convey emotion and capturing the ephemeral in her art.
Formally educated in architecture, Mary Pow received her Masters of Architecture from the University of Washington, Seattle in 2002. She grew up in rural and small-town Minnesota and now lives with her family in Minneapolis.
Mary received the Jerome Fiber Artist Project Grant in 2018-2019.