Born in the splendor and beauty of the Northwest, Marilyn Dwyer-Mason began drawing at an early age. As a commercial artist, illustrator and portrait painter, Marilyn is proficient in pastel, watercolor, acrylic, oil and pen and ink. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States and is represented in many private collections and galleries. Influenced by the work of Philip Goodwin, John Singer Sargeant and Oliver Kemp, her paintings of outdoor adventures depict the nostalgia of the first half of the twentieth century and have been described as magical western realism.
Painting from her own vivid imagination, Marilyn creates an atmosphere that colorfully captures the beauty of the American west and its rich heritage. A number of Marilyn’s paintings are available as limited edition fine art prints on canvas. Each canvas is produced with the finest archival inks, hand stretched and numbered.