Living a Coastal Landscape Painting
Seashore living is all about walking the beach, breathing salt air, and sand in your shoes. Bring the seashore lifestyle home with you. Mary Hubley is known for her soft fine art paintings of coastal landscapes, children playing at the edge of the surf, and marsh life. Hubley lives and paints at the beach on her Florida island, and creates paintings for coastal decor, whether you live by the ocean or just long to be there.
Patterns of Nature
Mary is known for her soft and loose style. Her work starts with outdoor plein air painting studies at the beach and marshes that evolve in the studio to larger works.
Mary Hubley’s coastal paintings are spectacular additions to beach decor that needs a boost of warmth and intimacy. They bring rejuvenating nature walks home with you to enjoy forever.
- Coastal Beach, Marsh, Village Scenes
- Children at the Beach, Marsh Critters, Seashells, and River Rocks
- Representational Contemporary Style
- Very small 5 x 5 to large 48 x 48
- Loose, soft and dramatic
Mary Hubley has won numerous international awards including first place in a Smithsonian Institution Waterways Plein Air exhibition. Her paintings have made their way into art collections all over the world. Her original art can be purchased through several fine galleries.
Mary Hubley’s Upper Window recently won an Award of Excellence from the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society (NOAPS) in the 2018 Spring International Competition; and an honorable mention in the Richeson75 International 2018 Landscapes Competition.
“Upper Window by artist Mary Hubley is a great example of outdoor shadows and lights. Fast and loose brushstrokes that give all the necessary information for the viewers eyes,” says NOAPS.
“The play of colors in the shadows and the white toned building is what I love about this painting. This artist understands the use of warm and cool colors and leading the eye through a painting with sharp and lost edges,” says Juror Michelle Richeson from the Richeson75 competition.