Mary Belcher is a long-time Washingtonian who paints watercolor streetscapes and maps. She sells her work at Eastern Market on Capitol Hill.
Mary's painting are known for their strong colors and intricate detail. They have been commissioned by the Decatur House Museum, The Nature Conservancy, U.S. Forest Service, Smithsonian Institution, Blair House Restoration Fund, the DAR Museum, National Building Museum, the D.C. Convention Center and others.
Since 2005, Mary has worked as a citizen-activist with Howard University archaeologists to document and protect two 19th Century African American and Quaker cemeteries in the heart of Adams Morgan, where she lives. She holds a journalism degree from the University of Colorado, studied photography at the Corcoran School of Art, and was spokesperson for the Independent Counsel investigating the Iran-Contra Affair.
Stop in to browse our selection of signed Mary Belcher prints and we are sure you will find the perfect one of a kind gift or souvenir!
You can see more of her work at www.marybelcher.com.