Mary Baker Art

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Pathway at Maudslay © Mary Baker, 2011, Oil on Canvas, 36" x 48"

"A contemporary realist painter, she captures, with lifelike precision, the stillness of the Plum Island marshes, the petals of a bright yellow iris in the South End, apple blossoms clinging to a brick wall at the old gardens at Maudslay State Park and the Common Pasture, its vista unchanged by centuries."

"Putting things in perspective," by Ulrika G. Gerth, The Newburyport Current

Mary Baker is a contemporary realist painter whose studio is in Newburyport, Massachusetts. This New England city, north of Boston, with its gardens, flowers, landscape, historic neighborhoods and antique houses, has been the inspiration for the artist's realistic oil paintings.

Mary's art work has passion, depth and beauty, capturing moments in time. Her art work has the power to inspire lives and to nourish and enhance the spirit. You will find Mary's evocative, compelling and beautiful paintings not only on the Gallery pages, but also on every page of her website.

Mary Baker's skilled, tasteful and perceptive art work is for the discriminating buyer.

To learn more about the artist, visit the Mary Baker page and pay a visit to the Studio page. A sample of the prices of Mary Baker's art work can be found on the Price page. And please feel free to Contact Mary about the artwork, prices, art gallery information or buying a Mary Baker painting.

Since the charming and historic seaport city of Newburyport, Massachusetts has played such an important part in the artist's paintings, Mary has created a page of its very own.

For a detailed biography please press here. Thank you for visiting this site. Please come back often and visit Mary Baker Art.

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New Digital Art Work

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PI House © Mary Baker, digital image (Draft)

Mary has been working on a new body of work that combines digital art and prismacolor, a waxed based colored pencil. The images are printed with pigment prints on acid free, watercolor paper, and then Mary goes over the image with prismacolor to create a vibrant color and even more detail. This is a work/project in progress. Mary started experimenting with this new digital endeavor in December of 2012.

The process and progress of the new digital-prismacolor art work can be found both on her Mary Baker Art Facebook Page, as well as on the Art Blog.

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New Mobile Friendly Website

Mary Baker Art now has a mobile friendly site. For the mobile friendly site version of Mary Baker Art please press here.