Mary Barnes-Gingrich

is an artist based in Chicago

She has participated in national and regional shows for over 35 years.   In 1998 she was chosen as one of the artists featured in The Chicago Art Scene, a book published by Ivy Sundell showcasing a diverse group of artists.  In 2001, her artwork was included in a book titled Celebrating the Wild Places of Door County. Her paintings and etchings hang in private collections in England, Japan, Germany and Spain, as well as the corporate collections of Amoco and Fel-Pro .  She has shown and sold her work at Maple Avenue Gallery in Evanston, Illinois, Edgewood Orchard Galleries in  Door County, Wisconsin and currently at Firemouth Pottery and Gallery, owned by Bill Karaffa in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin and the Cedar Rapids Art Museum in Iowa.



Self Portrait in my Grandfather’s Pagliacci Costume.

Oil on canvas 30”x60” 2008