“In northern New Mexico, the clean, clear air, coupled with the intense sunlight, gives everything that you see a unique beauty. I find that whenever I’m in nature or my studio, the light creates a special warmth and a wonderful palette of colors.”
Mary P. Doolittle is a native of Vermont. She graduated from New England School of Art in Boston where she majored in advertising design and illustration. After moving to Montana, she became interested in Native American subject matter. She relocated to Colorado and then to New Mexico. She resides in Taos, New Mexico, where she maintains a studio. Her fields of interest are landscapes of northern New Mexico, historic landmarks of the area, and night and day scenes at Taos Pueblo. (Taos is about three hours southeast of Pagosa Springs, Colorado.)
Doolittle’s drawings have appeared in the New Yorker magazine and her artwork has been reproduced in lines of cards for both sunrise and Renaissance greeting cards. She has received numerous awards including Best Pastel Artist at the Beaver Creek Art Fair. Mary Doolittle’s original artwork is on display at Two Old Crows gallery in Pagosa Springs, as well as in many other public and private collections worldwide.