Mary Hertler Tallman
Mary Hertler Tallman’s works in pastel are created as the 19th century French Impressionist painters first described “en Plein air”. Her work is done on location and without the use of photographs. Her formal training includes a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan and a Master of Arts from Spring Arbor University. Her award-winning works are included in gallery exhibitions and online, as well as in both private and corporate collections.
Currently, her Plein air works are included in the Ella Sharp Museum’s “Barns: Preserving Agricultural Heritage”. Her Plein air works are the only fine art images included in this event, depicting the unique beauty and history of our land’s agricultural icons.