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Artist Mary T Barton


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The Artist Says:


Both acrylic and ink painting, along with hand sculpting pottery, is what makes me "me".  I put my heart and soul into each piece -- My emotions and interests seem to evolve with each piece of art.  No two are the same.  And, that is one of the reasons I love creating.




Biography


Mary T Barton has been working with ceramics/pottery and painting for most of her life.
She discovered her love of art at an early age.  Both her grandmothers, her mother, and her sister were born to be artists.  Mary began studying art formally when she returned to school after "growing up".   She went on to achieve her BFA in Fine Arts at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.
She and husband, Jon, live in the beautiful hill country of Texas, and have two amazing grown sons.  Mary works at her home studio, and displays her works at local area galleries.
 
"Art has always been my therapy.  Whether working through difficulties, or celebrating accomplishments... it has to remain the balance in my life.  The motion and progression that each piece of art produces, as it's being produced, is a catalyst to maintaining my sanity.  Simply put, without art -- I most likely would go crazy!" 
   
 

 
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“Monarch Migration,” by Bejat McCracken.








SUBMITTED BY THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS




Wednesday, January 16, 2019





The city has installed three new pieces of public art on traffic control boxes at busy intersections.
The Traffic Control Box Art program aims to enhance the city by adding works of art to the streetscape on surfaces that are often targeted by vandals.

“Besos Del Sol,” by Dayann Pazmino. 
Artists were invited to participate last year. Winning designs were digitalized and printed on vinyl wraps.
“These pieces, by talented local artists, beautify our community and add color to the San Marcos streetscape,” said Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra, who is also chair of the San Marcos Arts Commission.
“As the River Prays,” by Wimberley artist Mary Barton, is located on Centerpoint Road next to the Tanger Outlet entrance.
“Monarch Migration,” by former San Marcos artist Bejat McCracken, was installed at [...]

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