Mixed Media Artist

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Love Koi


6″x12″ mixed media painting on wood. This painting is 1.5″ deep and painted red.

This painting is available HERE

I think I miss Chris.


Courage To Trust


8″ x20″ mixed media painting on paper covered canvas. This painting is 1.5″ deep and the sides are painted red.

“Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time.”
― Maya Angelou

This painting is available HERE or from the artist maria@mariapacewynters.com

I Think Of You, I Swoon

This is a 10″ x12″ mixed media painting on stone paper covered wood cradle. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted red.

This painting is available HERE.

Valentine’s day is just around the corner. Hope you are swooning for someone.

My Love

6″ x12″ mixed media painting on clay board. Sides are painted red and are 2″ deep.

This painting is available HERE

You Have My Heart

This is a 6″x12″ mixed media painting on wood. The sides are 1.5″ and painted red.
This painting is $120 and is available HERE.

Looking on with love.
Who has her heart?
Daddy of course!

This weekend I had a birthday and what a nice present, I had two wonderful artists post my art on their beautiful blogs!
Please take a look:

Art Memiors


Naming A Painting

I am pretty consistent when I name a painting. Usually, I name it something obvious, you know, descriptive. Girl On A Train, a painting of a girl on a train, no brainer. But the title, even an obvious one like that, is usually running through my head as I paint it. Sometimes, I make up a narrative in my head as I am painting. This has never really changed, when I was young, I used to sit for hours, drawing and making up stories in my head that went with the drawings. I am sure I used a forest of paper.
Now, if I have my act together, I write the narrative down. Lately, I haven’t been doing that and then it makes it harder to title the painting something obscure. I really don’t feel like leaving the viewer scratching their head.
Today’s painting is an example of a title swooping around my brain while painting and it seems so dumb but she was saying ” I Wish I Had Washed My Hair Last Night”. She really was!
So I have titled it this and hope that it doesn’t take anything away from the painting. I feel her regret, as silly as it sounds. She really is in those first stages of the anticipation of falling in love. A time when, even though we know we shouldn’t, we want to present ourselves as perfectly as possible. I think she should throw caution to the wind, accept the highly anticipated proposal and just wear a dam hat.I-Wish-I-Had-Washed-My-Hair
7″x10″ mixed media painting on paper

Nanny Makes It All Better

I did this mixed media ACEO today. It is of my daughter Imogen having dirt brushed away from her face. I just love this image. It really illustrates the love between a child and a caring adult. We don’t get to see Nanny as often as we would like but when we do, she really can make it all better. ( That goes for me too!)