My apologies for the quick sales of my work.... I sometimes barely get things listed and they sell. I try to get them marked 'SOLD' as quickly as possible. Keep checking here for my latest works, and if you are interested in commission work, contact me.
Calendar for 2020 'Seeking Peace'
'Seeking Peace' calendar for 2020 features 12 full colour images of my paintings from this last year. along with quotes and inspirational thoughts related to the theme 'peace'. Full 8.5" x 11" wall size, spiral bound on heavy gloss cardstock. Included in each calendar are 5 handmade small gift inserts from my studio. Order early, as production of these is limited. To order, email me from the "CONTACT" tab on this website. $22 for one or $20 for orders of more than one.
"Afternoon in the River Canyon" 24x36 Framed $1,250. On a trip through the Unaweep Canyon along the Dolores River we rounded a bend, and this view just stopped us right in our tracks.
"Back Street Blues"
"Back Street Blues" 8x10 framed acrylic on canvas $285
"Flowered Frenzy" 8x 10 Acrylic Framed $285
"Loleta Evening" 8x10 framed acrylic on canvas $285 SOLD
"On the Edge"
"On The Edge" 8x10 acrylic on canvas framed $285 SOLD
"Peekaboo" framed 8x10 acrylic on canvas. $285 SOLD
"It's Summer Somewhere"
Tiny 4x6 in wide gold plein air frame. SOLD
COMMISSIONS Gladly Accepted
"Last of the Apricots" 16x20 Acrylic on Canvas.... commissioned by the daughter of a bee farmer who grew up on the Western slope of Colorado. COMMISSIONS Happily Accepted. Many of my paintings are commissioned. My terms for commissions are no payment until completed and that if the client is not totally pleased, they are under no obligaton to purchase the completed painting. It is always a pleasure to paint and know that I have completed something that will bring pleasure to the viewer.
Explore my art . . . and find a world
you thought was lost.
Follow a path of beauty . . . a trail of loveliness . . . to a place where truth and kindness still exist, and there is hope for tomorrow.
A landscape painter with a passion for simple beauty found in the everyday, Mary Pat Ettinger works in a contemporary style with acrylic on canvas. Light and shadow are implicit to her work in addition to a strong sense of design and shape. Combining spontaneous flows of colour as well as tightly controlled edges, her work expresses both warm strength and a serene sense of the goodness and hope in life.
Influenced deeply by the rural area she lives in, Mary Pat’s works often reflect the organic nature of man-made structures being embraced by the landscape. Mary Pat studied at Laguna Beach School of Art and Chapman College and her award winning works are represented by the AGO Gallery in Ouray, CO, Main Street Gallery in Grand Junction, CO, Blue Pig Gallery in Palisade CO, Yampa Valley Fiberworks, Craig, CO, Tread of Pioneers Museum, Steamboat Springs, CO, Arts at Denver Gallery and the Center for Visual Arts in Steamboat Springs. She has illustrated several books, and published one of her own. She lives with her husband in Western Colorado.