Mary Beagle has primarily worked with oil on canvas; her paintings reflect her love of native and Latino cultures and celebrations. She incorporates geometric or native designs into her compositions to compliment the faces and figures she paints. “I enjoy bringing life to a blank canvas with colors and shapes and finding a figure in a chunk of stone,” Beagle said. In 2005 and 2008, she attended the Southwest Stone Carving Workshop in Jemez Springs, New Mexico and found a new medium of expression in limestone, alabaster and marble while working with nationally known sculptors Rollie Grandbois, Cliff Fragua, Jon DeCelles, Tim Nicola, T. Barney and others. Her work has been seen in “Southwest Art,” “Art of the West” and “Cowboys and Indians” magazines. Website: www.mbeagleart.com.