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The Sinking of Drawbridge 1, Acrylic on canvas board, 9"x12", c2022. Many aren't aware that Drawbridge was once a Rod&Gun retreat for many in the  SF Bay Area, accessible only by train.  A lively town sprung from the bay marsh, built among the pickle weed. It flourished until it didn't, and was left to return to the marsh.

The Sinking of Drawbridge 1, Acrylic on canvas board, 9"x12", c2022. Many aren't aware that Drawbridge was once a Rod&Gun retreat for many in the SF Bay Area, accessible only by train. A lively town sprung from the bay marsh, built among the pickle weed. It flourished until it didn't, and was left to return to the marsh.

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About Mary Williamson The Artist

I am principally a landscape artist. My choice of medium is acrylics. Over the years, I have mastered their versatility and expanded my scope of expertise in this medium. I work in other mediums but painting is my first love. Currently, I am exploring the Colorist style of painting and am having the time of my life! It is exciting and quite satisfying to jump out into the abyss of what-if and I myself trying new techniques and renewing ones I had forgotten about All my paintings have a story and a method. I paint every day and challenge myself to venture from my comfort zone. Artist Statement--Paintbrush in hand, I chronicle stories still untold; forever on the lookout for hidden passages in everyday life. My challenge is to illuminate the deeper story in a quiet landscape. I stray from well-worn pathways to find myself in the dark undergrowth of forgotten roads. Here, I seek to revive that which has been left to decay. An old building, rusting machinery, or an ancient tree bursting with new life. - Mary Williamson

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