Plein air painter Mary Beth Harrison
Plein air painter Mary Beth Harrison

We love to hear from the Plein Air Today community! The following is part of a series that spotlights an artist who loves painting outdoors. Today’s feature is on Mary Beth Harrison.

“While painting along Nelder Creek last summer my feet were being attacked by ants,” said Mary Beth Harrison. “A nearby homeowner carried an area rug down to the creek for me to stand on, saving me from the ants and allowing me to finish my painting, which I later gifted to her.”

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