Nectar Field by Mary Helsaple

Mary Helsaple
Mary Helsaple
I was raised on the west coast, lived and worked in Colorado for 35 years and now live full time in Sedona, AZ. I have also been involved in the regional arts in Arizona these last 15 years. I participate in exhibitions at Sedona Arts Center, Sedona Visual Artists Coalition Open Studio events, Artlink shows in Phoenix, AZ, and many national juried exhibitions around the country.  I am an environment-focused artist, whose objective is to create a visual that connects people with wild nature. I am also an avid birdwatcher and made nature documentaries for television. My detailed watercolors are large works on paper, done in the ‘narrative style’ that often touches on important social and environment concerns.
11" x 16"




Nectar Field by Mary Helsaple

Landscape vistas are filled with the colors of prairie grasses and desert plants, that bloom in a continuous cycle throughout the year. Watching the artist’s light fall across the plants, one can see insects, and small birds pop up into the fading light. Especially the hummingbirds. Looking for a last drink and a perch for the night.

Watermedia on Claybord

11″ x 16″