Mary Beth Dodson
Oil, watercolor, acrylic, batik, and pastel
Mary Beth Dodson moved to Coronado in January of 2013 from the Midwest…North Platte, Nebraska.
She had been President of three art organizations there: Platter Painters, North Platte Art Guild, and the Art Studies League.
She was a partner in Keepsakes’ Gallery and the Ten Peddlers Gold Mine Gallery, and a member of the Art and Gift Co-op Gallery.
She had One-Man shows in the Nebraska Governor’s Mansion in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Stuhr Museum in Grand Island, the Plainsman Gallery in Aurora and the Robert Henri Gallery in Cozad. Her paintings were in the art gallery of the Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. She was a signature member of ANAC, her work chosen for year-long traveling shows several years. Select paintings were also on display in the Art Gallery of the Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Her work received Best of Show and People’s Choice Awards in many shows.
Dodson’s art was published in Somerset and Belle Papier magazines. She painted for ten days straight in Claude Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France; and painted for a week at Georgia O’Keefe’s Ghost Ranch in New Mexico.
Besides working in oil, watercolor, acrylic, batik and pastel, she creates her own sketch books for travel sketching.