Mary Roberson

  • The Power in Wild

    Oil Mixed Media
    42″ x 60″

    $12,500

  • This Babysitter is Certified

    Oil Mixed Media
    48″ x 48″

    $11,500

  • Wild Horses

    Oil Mixed Media
    36″ x 60″

    SOLD

  • Warlber Fledgling in Bath

    Oil on Panel
    7.75″ x 9.75″

    $1,700

  • Clarks Nutcracker In The West

    Oil Mixed Media
    55″ x 48″

    $13,800

  • Alpha and Pup

    Oil Mixed Media
    52″ x 52″

    SOLD


  • The Forest Deep #2

    Oil Mixed Media
    48″ X 84″

    $19,500


  • The Forest Deep #1

    Oil Mixed Media
    48″ X 84″

    $19,500


  • Hide, Bear & Seek

    Oil Mixed Media
    48″ X 78

    SOLD


  • Black Bears & Corvids

    Oil Mixed Media
    30″ X 30″

    $5,800


  • Yellow Black Birds

    Oil Mixed Media
    18″ x 48″

    $4,600

  • Timid Griz Meets Mamma Black Bear

    Oil Mixed Media
    84″ x 60″

    SOLD

  • Three Families One Song

    Oil Mixed Media
    48″ x 72″

    $15,800

  • With Extended Wing

    Oil Mixed Media
    12″ x 9″

    $2,000

  • Pudgy Guy

    Oil Mixed Media
    8″ x 10″

    $1,600

  • Harmony

    Oil Mixed Media
    36″ x 60″

    SOLD

  • Cardinals

    Encaustic
    8″ x 10″

    $1,900

  • An American Odyssey

    Mixed Media / Oil
    20″ x 66″

    $7,900

  • Howling 101

    Oil
    48″ x 78″

    SOLD

  • Great Grey Odyssey

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    18″ x 48″


    $7,900

  • Kestrels

    Oil
    20″ x 66″

    SOLD

  • Red Wing Debate

    Oil
    9″ x 12″

    SOLD

  • Light Bear

    Oil/Mixed Media
    10” x 8”

    SOLD

  • A Gentle Day

    Oil
    18” x 20”

    SOLD

  • Sunlight on the Forest Floor

    Oil
    22” x 43”

    SOLD

Artist’s Bio
Mary Roberson was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas, shortly after her family relocated to Redondo Beach, California where she spent most of her childhood. Mary’s love for art began at a very early age, and in Mary’s own words “ I played games with this gift. Sometimes I tried to ignore it, and sometimes it just welled up inside of me until it won me over, and the gift got its way. It has always been a tug of war between getting out of the way to let it happen, and running huge list of games to give it a hard time. The reasons for this “warfare” are complex, deep rooted, and part of my character.”

Mary goes on to say…. “When I look back at my story, I am moved by the war I waged with truth, and I am so thankful that I am free now to paint to my heart’s content. I love to camp in Yellowstone, where the wildlife roams free, posing for digital camera sessions while I enjoy the relative peace and quiet of my growing love for this profound mystery that is life itself. When I wake up in the morning, I visualize canvases that wait for me to show up and deliver the goods. There is a growing excitement in the air, and, for me, it is all about capturing the essence of this dream on canvas.”

Mary Roberson has received the high distinction of being entered into the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in 2005. The Museum purchased her painting as part of their permanent collection. Mary was also given a solo exhibition at the Museum in May of 2005.

Mary and her paintings have been featured in numerous art publications such as Southwest Art Magazine, Wildlife Art Museum and Big Sky Journal to mention just a few.

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