San Francisco artist Mary Southall was born in Amarillo, Texas.
She is the daughter of a 5th generation farmer and rancher and an artistic mother, a technical draftsman by trade. Mary received a BFA degree from Texas State University. After graduating college she begin her career by joining Cibola Studio/Gallery cooperative and later went on to co-found Acme Art Gallery in downtown Austin before moving to San Francisco. She has been in numerous shows in Texas and California including The Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, and The California Museum in Sacramento. Publications of her work include a Celebration of Craftswomen campaign, San Francisco Annual Open Studios promotional material and catalog cover, and a line of greeting cards. Mary divides her time between raising her children and continuing to pursue her career, creating vibrant paintings and mixed media works out of her Hunter’s Point Shipyard studio.
For a studio visit, e-mail Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org.