• *Morning Times Show, November 7-30, 2014

    Come check out my show, "Backwards and Forwards" at the Morning Times this month. Located at 10 E Hargett Street in downtown Raleigh, this show is comprised of 23 new metal art pieces that were mostly made this fall.

    Thank you to all my lovely friends and family who have already seen the show. Hurry up if you haven't... the show comes down November 30th!

  • *Jewelry Available!

    Now you can purchase the Colorblock Jewelry line from several different locations. You should definitely visit, Epona and Oak, a specialty boutique in the Historic City Market District of Downtown Raleigh. If you happen to find yourself in Greensboro, around about 200 North Davie Street, please check out the Green Hill Center for NC Art. If you are closer to the Mississippi River, you must find the Metal Museum, located on 374 Metal Museum Drive in Memphis Tennessee. I am proud and honored to have my production line available at these fine establishments.

  • *Permission to Roam

    The Levy Gallery at the Buckman Arts Center at St. Mary’s School will present Permission to Roam, featuring Metalworks by Mary Catherine Floyd and Paintings by Melissa Dunn. Works will be on display from Jan. 7 to Feb. 18. A reception on Friday, Jan. 7 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. will celebrate the opening.

  • *Emmet O'Ryan Award for Artistic Inspiration

    Metropolitan Bank presented the first annual Emmett O’Ryan Award for Artistic Inspiration (the “Emmett”) to metal artist Mary Catherine Floyd during a reception at Metropolitan Bank on Nov. 16, 2010. The award, which honors Mr. O’Ryan, a founding board member of Metropolitan Bank, is to be given annually to an emerging artist recognized for his or her work and promise for future artistic significance. The selected artist receives a $2,000 cash award, and his or her nominating organization receives $500.
    Emmet O'Ryan Award at ArtsMemphis.com

  • *Press for Metal in Memphis

  • *Metal in Memphis at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, TN

    Check out this new exhibit at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Metal in Memphis runs from January 24th through March 18. For more information, please visit the Dixon's website at www.dixon.org/.

  • *Arts Memphis is great!

    Live from Memphis presents the Metal Museum.
    ArtsMemphisTV - Episode 2: Metal Museum Part 1
    ArtsMemphisTV Episode 2: Metal Museum - Mary Cathrine Floyd
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