Artworks
& acrylic on wood panel
16"x20"
2003
#acrylic on wood
12"x12"
2015
#acrylic on wood
2016
acrylic and collage on panel
30x22"
1999
abstract acrylic on canvas
40"x30"
2014
abstract acrylic on canvas
36"x36"
2014
fox
& acrylic on wood panel
4"x6"
2016
acrylic and collage on paper
22x28
2001
watercolor sketch
6"x8"
2017
Watercolor on Paper
11"x15"
1996
#multi-media, #acrylic, #oil pastels, #canvass
36"x48"
2004
ink and markers on paper
the original drawings from a commissioned work, a series of small works averaging about 4"x6", used for creative coaching cards
2007

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  • Mary Alterman posted a new Artwork Hollyhock
    As a little girl growing up in Iowa with my four sisters and two brothers, we girls learned to make Hollyhock dolls out of the flowers and buds. We played wonderful fantasy games with our dolls who, in my imagination, were Queens. I painted this to remember those times. Finished work is in a private collection in NYC. Prints available upon request. 
  • Mary Alterman updated the Artwork figure sketch
    When my hair turned  white and I admired my aging self in the mirror, I saw Marilyn Monroe. This is me as Marilyn. 
  • Mary Alterman updated the Artwork fox
    a fox appeared at my bedroom window one day and I decided to paint it. It has become my trademark, so to speak, and is on my business car. 
  • Mary Alterman updated the Artwork Uke Player
    bold self-portrait in modern syle
  • Mary Alterman updated the Artwork Racket
    play on word "racket"
  • Mary Alterman updated the Artwork Samurai
    abstract with image of swirling Samurai
  • Mary Alterman updated the Artwork Lost City
    Lost City of Our Lady refers to an imaginative dwelling place of Mary, Mother of Jesus whose Jewish identity is called Miriam    
  • Mary Alterman updated the Artwork Swirling Figures
    Entangled lovers 
  • water reflections with gold rainbow
  • Mary Alterman updated the Artwork Dalet or Doorway
    figure of a woman leaning on the Hebrew letter Dalet, which can stand for Doorway in the Kabbalistic tradition