About the Artist
The artist eye has come easily for Mally Weaver.
Attracted to the Florida Keys by the stunning color & strong light, she has always been a colorist, even as a student at Temple University, Tyler School of Art.
“Some scenes just demand to be captured.”
Her early training was in oils & acrylic painting, drawing, design, print making & sculpture - earning degrees in Fine Art, Art Education & Special Ed.

When she learned to sail, she incorporated Plein Air watercolor painting. This allowed her the portability & immediacy to capture those “demanding scenes” while traveling.
Since then she has joined the Florida Keys Watercolor Society & was awarded the Best of Show in 2005.

She studied watercolor technique with Frank Francesse & Karen Leffel-Masengil, which has had an effect on her watercolors – beautiful large washes & a spontaneous joy of painting shows. She still enjoys detailed work & usually is commissioned to paint several works each year, both architectural & portrait work.

With her partner, Thomas H. Avery she spends hurricane season in the mountains of NC., where she is a member of the Ashe Co. Art Center & has been juried into their Best of the Blue Ridge Show.

In Florida, her work can be viewed at the following galleries:

The Guild Hall Gallery – 614 Duval St. Key West
The Key West Art Center – 301 Front St. Key West
Artists In Paradise – in the shopping center on Big Pine Key

She can be emailed at mallysart@gmail.com

Africa
Dianna Sutton, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys and Rodger Heinen, Chair of the Board of Governors of the Community Foundation present Mally Weaver with the Unsung Hero Award for her volunteer work at the non-profit KeyWest Art Center.
Congratulations Mally!