Welcome to my blog! I’m Mary Maupin, a painter who works in oil and/or acrylic on canvas. I’m inspired by the landscape around me and the colors in my mind, as you can see from my paintings. I will be posting images of my paintings and collages here. For more information about my work or to commission a piece, see “Contact & Pricing Info.” above.
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This collage, an image of San Francisco, (box 8″x10″x2″, bits of fabric glued onto a print of one of my larger oil paintings) is presenting itself for sale. The sale price will be donated to either Natural Resources Defense Council or Southern Poverty Law Center, whichever you choose. Bidding starts at $100, highest bidder wins. Please bid in comment section at very bottom of post (so your bid will be seen by someone who may want to outbid you 🙂 ) If you are lucky enough to win, you will be kindly asked to pay postage. Bidding will end April 30th.
April 30th: Bidding ended today, $250 to NRDC (to protect our environment from the current forces that intend, intentionally or not, to decimate it) and SPLC (to call attention to human rights abuses in our own country, and to help mitigate these abuses.).
If you need to unfollow me because of this post, so be it. This will be the only non-art entry I will post on my blog, and I’m doing so because I simply cannot sit by quietly and let whatever happens happen. You shouldn’t either. Add: for some reason, WordPress has closed comments on this post. Feel free to repost this post!
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Charles Blow of the New York Times reminds his readers that the election of Donald Trump is far from normal. The durability of our democracy is not destined. It is not impervious to …
This little painting (16.5″ x 21.5″ framed, oil and acrylic on canvas) was sold in a silent auction Feb. 21st, on the Island in Marshall, N.C. All proceeds from this auction went to Neighbors In Need, a local organization that assists people who are not able to pay for heating costs, food, health care, etc.