About Marie-Thérèse Brown
Marie-Thérèse Brown has been painting and filling sketchbooks nearly all her life. She’s been an active member of the Davis painting community since 1983. Brown received her BA in Spanish from the University of Florida and taught art in Honduras to elementary and high school students. In 2005, she exhibited her paintings of the Loire Valley in the city gallery of St Cyr sur Loire, France. She was a 2006 Artist in Residence at the University of California McLaughlin Reserve and in 2010 her painting of the Santa Ynez Mountains was chosen by the University of California Natural Reserve System to celebrate the United Nations International Year of Biodiversity. She has demonstrated plein air painting at the annual John Natsoulas Plein-Air Conference and the California State Fair. She has taught a plein air painting class for the Crocker museum for the past five years. Her work can mostly be seen at the Artery in Davis. She is a member of SCAPE, Southern California Artists Paint for the Environment located in Santa Barbara where she also paints and exhibits her work. Learn more at marie-theresebrown.com.
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