Mary Teabo is a plein air landscape painter, a colorist by nature, who paints, lives and works in Sacramento.
Teabo’s work has been part of numerous shows, including Crocker Kingsley Art Exhibit, Sunset District Art Show, Northern California Artists’ Aspiring Artist show, Yolo County Art and Ag Gala Show, CA State Senate Contemporary Art Collection, and in Capitola Plein Air Event.
She has also done street art newsstands for Sacramento News and Review. She has been featured in PBS’s “America’s Heartland” with Yolo Art and Ag painters. She currently has paintings exhibited in offices in the Capitol and in other private collections.
Teabo has always been drawn to nature and the beauty and colors reflected in it, she says, and she paints mostly outdoors on location in a California Impressionist style. Her studio paintings are derived from the smaller on –site works and drawings.
Some of her favorite places to absorb and paint are the ocean beaches of San Francisco, the rugged Sonoma Coast, the rolling hills of Yolo County farmland and the rambling American River Bike Trail in Sacramento County.
Teabo has studied at the University of Wisconsin, Sacramento City College, Cosumnes River College and with private instructors. Her inspiration is the ever-changing landscape around us.