• Minnehaha Falls-Overcast (detail) by Mary Pettis

    Minnehaha Falls-Overcast (detail) – 20x16 - Available (pg. 1). Juried into the 2016 American Society of Marine Artists North Regional Exhibition - Winona, MN (Available for purchase during the exhibition).

  • Header-Light-Beyond-the-Bridge-48x32 (detail) by Mary Pettis

    Light Beyond the-Bridge (detail) – 48x32 - Available (pg. 1)

  • Splendor in the Grass (detail) by Mary Pettis

    Splendor in the Grass (detail) – 21.5x36 - Available (pg. 1). Juried into the 2016 Oil Painters of American National Exhibition of Traditional Oils - Dallas, TX. (Available for purchase during the exhibition)

  • Time Stands Still (detail) by Mary Pettis

    Time Stands Still (detail) – 48x30 - Sold

  • Autumn Poetry by Mary Pettis

    Autumn Poetry (detail) – 30x40 - Sold

  • My Tulips by Mary Pettis

    My Tulips (detail) – 6x8 - Sold

  • First Arabesque by Mary Pettis

    First Arabesque (detail) - 24x36 - Available (pg. 1)

  • Peonies by Mary Pettis

    Peonies (detail) - 8x10 - Sold

  • Pillows and Pearls by Mary Pettis

    Pillows and Pearls (detail) - 24x36 - Sold


Recent Works

Breakfast At Trevas - 20x24
Breakfast At Treva's - 20x24

Sold - 3rd Place Winner - EnPleinAir Texas 2015

Minnehaha Falls in Winter-20x30
Living Waters - Iao Valley-16x20

Sold - Winner of the 2016 Pioneer Inn Award - Maui Plein Air Invitational

Solitary - 16x20
Solitary - 16x20

Sold - Juried into 2015 Oil Painters of America National Exhibition of Traditional Oils - Cutter & Cutter Fine Art, FL

Spring Chickens - 8x8
Spring Chickens - 8x8

Sold - Created for the 2016 Silent Auction benefiting the West Maui Cultural Council.

Voted as a "Fav15%" in the February 2016 BoldBrush Painting Competition.


Artist's Statement:

What we discover when we go inward is our poetic response to life. Art connects us to our Source. It connects us with each other, with generations past, and with those who will see our paintings long after we are gone. When I paint, I truly feel the great relations among all things. Every subject becomes a metaphor. I forget to breathe. I will never lose sight of what a joy and privilege it is to be a painter.
–Mary Pettis