March Avery knew at an early age that she would be a painter. She never considered anything else. Art is in her soul. Trained by her famous father, Milton Avery, and surrounded by other artists who were her father’s friends, such as Mark Rothko, Adolf Gottlieb, Barnett Newman, Byron Browne, and Marsden Hartley, she developed her talent.
It is very obvious that she is in the Milton Avery stream and that he has influenced her talent and technique. For years she painted side by side with her father. She is, however, her own unique person with her own style. Her work has a matter-of-fact directness that is her own characteristic. March Avery brings gentle humor and quiet eloquence to interpretations of the most ordinary events.
March Avery has had many exhibits, and her work is represented in several museums.
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Allentown Pennsylvania Museum of Art, Allentown, PA
New Britain Museum, New Britain Museum, CT
The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA
Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
Newark Museum, Newark, NJ
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Woodstock Art Association
Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN