Mary Lawler works in watercolor and ink on paper. Her images range from depictions of everyday to abstraction and from flowing, loose brushwork to highly detailed realism. "I find inspiration in the rhythms and patterns of nature, from the broad flowing lines of a landscape to the tiny gesture of a flower petal. I often paint on a small scale in order to convey an intimacy of vision.” she says. “I believe that my work is most successful when it conveys the connectedness I felt during its creation." A complete inventory of artworks available can be seen at Clyde Hogan's Artsy Page.