Watercolors and Mixed Media Artwork by Mary Maxam
Original paintings representing a diverse repertoire of colorful flyfishing scenes. Color and lively brushwork typify Mary's work. Her work has shown in many juried national exhibitions, including the Midwest and National Watercolor Societies. She has won signature membership in the National Watercolor Society, the Northwest Watercolor Society and the Montana Watercolor Society. Mary has also contributed work to both book and magazine articles. These are origninals, not prints. Sizes listed are image sizes. Paintings are shipped double matted, backed and shrink wrapped, some are framed. Click on any thumbnail image to see a larger view.
"Against the Bank" original watercolor 25"x 29" framed $725 "Beginner's Luck" watercolor 26"x 32" $850 "Rod & Rocks" watercolor 26"x 34" framed $800 "Fishing the Joe" acrylic 24"x 31" framed $950 "Bridge at Welcome Creek" oil on linen 30"x 22"framed $1100 "Line Dance" 22 x 28 oil $1100
Mary J Maxam works primarily in watercolor and gouache, enjoying the versatile possibilities of both. Her paintings are a response to familiar subjects, seen daily and discoveries that take place through thepainting process. "In the beginning, my work is abstract driven, looking at the formal aspects of painting. I then move in closer, developing subject personality." Her work has been included in many regional and national exhibitions, including the Rocky Mountain, National and Midwest Watercolor Shows. She is a signature member of the National, Northwest Watercolor Societies, and the Montana Watercolor Society. She currently shows through the Cheney Cowles Museum in Spokane, Washington, Entree Gallery at Priest Lake, Idaho and Zantman Gallery in Sun Valley.
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