McInnis' "Intimate Forest" series is a selection of oil paintings that depict scenes of hiking trails and light-filled woods of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. McInnis' oil technique grew out of her work with pastels where she would use the side of the pastel stick to put chunks of color on paper. Her paintings allow the viewer to imagine they are walking down one of her trails or into the forest.
Harbor History Museum members and Sip & Stroll participants are invited to join Mary McInnis on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. for an artist reception. Enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks while losing yourself down one of McInnis' intimate forest trails.
The "Intimate Forest" series will be on view through June 2, 2019.