About Maryann 

A native of Chicago, MaryAnn is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). She majored, and worked, in animation until computers reshaped the industry, at which time she opted to remain a hands-on creative artist.

Her new career turned to mural designs, a medium that well allowed her to express her creativity. Working with clients, and designers, she developed a loyal following in the New York Tri-State area.

However, her true longing is to paint, paint on canvas, commit to a toile what she sees, feels, visualizes... that only she can transpose to a canvas in her own style. This she has now been doing since 2005. Creating beautiful renderings of nature, cities, people, pets, but mostly, the ever-changing, ever evolving, charm of the Berkshires, from her studio on Lake Ashmere, MA.

Her debut in the genre has been well received indeed. In 2006, her "Winter Birches" were selected by AARP in a Nationwide contest to grace their Annual Calendar distributed to some 600,000 sponsors. It was again selected to be their Annual Holiday Card.

Her first opening was in Westport in 2006. In 2007, she participated in a juried show in New Haven where she received another award. She has been featured in magazines and newspapers, as well as 8 different galleries in 2007 alone. MaryAnn also works on private commissions of paintings, and murals.

Thank you for your interest in her work


  • Her work has been on display at
  • The Galeria d' Arte in Ridgefield CT
  • The Fairfield Gallery and Frame Shop in Fairfield CT
  • The a. Gallery in Westport CT
  • TheFirehouse Gallery in Milford CT
  • The Rockwell Gallery in Wilton CT
  • The Harborview in Black Rock CT
  • The Noroton Gallery in Darien CT 
  • The Moon Street Gallery in Westport CT
     Look for her work at the prestigious Lenox Gallery, in Lenox MA



  • Over the years, Maryann's work has been featured in the Fairfield County media, as well as Architectural Digest, and This Old House Magazine.

  • Maryann has been a steady contributor to Project Return, designing, and creating birdhouses for auctions that benefit local young women in need of shelter.

  • MaryAnn's Birds of Paradise were an item at the "Living Art" show display by Interior decorator Susan Wesphall at the City Lights Gallery in Bridgeport          

  • Maryann's "Winter Birches", a night scene of a Bosque of Birches by moonlight in the Berkshires was selected by AARP to depict a winter setting for the month of February in their 2006 calendar.


  • It was given further accolade by becoming an AARP choice for their annual holiday greetings card in 2006.

  • In March 2007, Maryann's work was exhibited in a juried show in New Haven CT, and was awarded the Elizabeth L. Greeley Prize.