Mary Mirabal Art

"painting the colors of my soul"

Mary Mirabal Art features the abstract artwork of Tampa, FL based award winning artist, Mary Mirabal.

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November Steal of the Month

This is the second month of the "Steal of  the Month".  This month I'm pleased to offer "Hollyhocks and Blue Window".  This painting was completed last fall following a visit to the beautiful Santa Fe area. Hollyhocks are one of my favorite flowers to paint, and the Canyon Road area of Santa Fe abounds with them throughout the summer. 

I'd love to see this sweet painting find a loving home, and it can be yours friends.   

Congratulations to Marilyn F. for being the winner of the October "Steal of the Month", a two piece painting entitled "Mary's Garden". 

Hollyhocks and Blue Door

Make an offer for this original painting for November 2015.

Opening Offer must be $20.00.   (Original retail value $99.)  The current offer will be displayed above the photo.  Please be sure to check the current offer amount before making your offer.

4" x 12" acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas.  Ready to hang. This painting was inspired by the beautiful  hollyhocks growing along Canyon Road in Santa Fe, NM.   

You may increase your offer any time during the month. USA shipping will be $5.50.  Send offers to or complete the form below.  The last bid must be in by 7 pm EST November 30.  Please let me know if you have any questions on this monthly deal.  

 I will post the new offers on this page each month. This is a wonderful way to get an original painting for far less than its retail value. Best Wishes!

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Thank you so much for your continued support friends.  As always, I love to read and respond to your comments.  Please feel free to comment here or via email.  

Blessings, Mary

My favourite flower, if you’ll pardon,
 Is standing stately in my garden,
  And it’s so tall it must have props.
  They lend support to hollyhocks.

They’re tall, graceful and so proud.
The wind’s blown one; it’s sadly bowed.
  They come in lovely pastel shades;
  It’s unfortunate that they ever fade.

Before you cut them down, you’ll find
So many seeds are left behind,
  And if you plant them, they will grow.
  Next year you’ll have another show.
— Josie Whitehead

Specializing in abstract painting

Tampa, FL

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