Artist Mary Moran
Artist Mary Moran
studied under her father Joe, before earning a degree in fine art. She has versatility with her art styles ranging from oils and watercolors to a magical build-up of acrylics. With her unique talent she transforms a blank canvas into a beautiful image capturing the spirit and essence of the subject.  Her goal is to capture the beauty in life and help preserve it in a timeless manner through her art.

Mary's work is displayed all through the Gulf Coast as well as beyond that area. She particularly steers towards wildlife and underwater scenes. The use of lithographs and canvas transfers has enabled Mary to more widely display her work. The new gallery in Ocean Springs displays much of her work

Mary’s imaginative Guardian Angel series has brought many people hope and encouragement.

Mary’s art is seen around the Coast in many homes, businesses. She works with many charitable organizations, creating pieces sold to raise money that will better the community. Her art is sought out by many private collectors around the world.

Mary’s vast portfolio of paintings brings joy to those who own for private collections or to be seen in businesses and offices.  Her talent is used commercially, most recently with illustrations for the gaming industry.

Mary created “9/11”  in the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, the original hangs in the office of the Secretary of the Navy at the Pentagon.

Her painting ”The Tullis Manor”, a rendering of an old Southern mansion was donated to the City of
Biloxi and now hangs in City Hall. Check out her paintings on the gallery page.

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