Mary Iverson

Mary Iverson lives and works in Seattle, Washington. Her paintings explore the balance between the natural world and industrial activities, inspiring conversations about human connections and the environment. Her most recent mural work features constellations in the night sky, coupled with abstract shapes that represent our connections with each other and with the natural world. Past mural work has focused on human industry, featuring large blocks of color in dramatic perspective. In September, she participated in the Murals in the Market Festival in Detroit, Michigan. Her most recent gallery exhibitions were in San Francisco and Amsterdam; her next exhibition will be at Treason Gallery in Seattle, in October 2018. Mary finds her main sources of inspiration close to home: three magnificent national parks: Rainier, Olympic and North Cascades National Park. In 2015, her work was featured on the cover of Juxtapoz Magazine, and also was featured in Foreign Policy Magazine, Huffington Post, and The Boston Review. Mary teaches visual art at Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon, Washington, where she is a tenured faculty member.

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