At the Louvre
At the Louvre

I paint the colors of life. The vibrancy of youth, the quiet tones of aging and the rainbows of our daily existence. When I create everything matters and comes into focus and I exist and document the moments.

I travel the path of other artists, learning step-by-step and journeying to places I have never been. In the process I learn and grow as an observer and a historian of the painters world.

5 Comments

  1. Jan Kapoor says:

    Hi Mary– I love seeing your beautiful work!

  2. negronmy says:

    That’s exactly the way I feel about your photo’s. Thanks

  3. Janet says:

    Hi Mary,
    I just some of your amazing art at the Lakewood antique show. I’m very interested in seeing more of your work. Let me know where else I can go to see to your work.
    Thanks,
    Janet

    • negronmy says:

      Hi Janet, thank you for your kind remarks. In our area we are working on getting a more active art venue for artists but for now Lakewood is my/our gallery. I try to bring in new works every month and would love to chat art anytime you are in the area. Hope to see you soon. Thanks again Mary

  4. Dear Mary,
    We are currently doing research for our annual Plein Air Festival 2020. We would like to have your contact information for our database and invite you to submit works towards the next show. Please visit the website for further details.
    https://www.wayneart.org/exhibitions/wayne-art-center-14th-annual-plein-air-festival/.

    Best,

    Lauren Robertson-Hodges

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