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Hazel Iguana. 14"x18" Acrylic on Gallery-wrapped canvas. c.202 Hazel is a color study I did during the lockdown based on a free photo site. I loved the colors of the scales on Hazel's face, and enhanced them to included more blues to contrast the beiges and greens. I named her Hazel because she is both exotic and maybe has a practical side.

Hazel Iguana. 14"x18" Acrylic on Gallery-wrapped canvas. c.202 Hazel is a color study I did during the lockdown based on a free photo site. I loved the colors of the scales on Hazel's face, and enhanced them to included more blues to contrast the beiges and greens. I named her Hazel because she is both exotic and maybe has a practical side.

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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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