Mary Beth Baxter
Mary Beth Baxter's Folk Art Career began with her first crayon. "I can remember as a six year old that I excelled in everything artistic. It didn't matter the time or place, from large abstract painting to an early bride's box, the use of color and shape came as second nature to me."
From those early experiments, Mary Beth developed into one of America's premier folk artists, after graduating from Penn State with a degree in Art Education. A 30-year hobby of antique collecting laid the groundwork for painting and designs in her unique style. Mary Beth's artwork, home and gift shop have been featured in many national magazines. She settled on Cape Cod and centers her life around her daughters, son-in-law and Kate, her granddaughter. Love and family and reverence for America are central themes of her artwork. Mary Beth Baxter's artwork is licensed through Linda McDonald, Inc.