In the Audubon Tradition Exhibition
About Martha A. Thompson
I am passionate about painting the things I love in nature. Through
I am also honored to have multiple paintings in the permanent, traveling, teaching art collection “Vanishing Circles” of Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson, Arizona. This collection is about threatened and endangered flora, fauna and habitats of the Sonoran
As a developing fine artist, I was greatly influenced by my good friend and mentor Larry Wollam. He helped me develop the knowledge and love of graphite and watercolor techniques.
Born and raised in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, I was one of six children raised by my parents, a fisherman and
After graduating from High School, I was granted a scholarship to the United States which brought me to Tucson, AZ to learn English as a second language. I took my cultural experience and bilingual skills back home after two years in the United States.
My husband and I enjoy traveling thru Mexico and the United States. We often explore the Gulf of California which continuously provides a lot of inspiration for my work.
Halfbeaks for Lunch…or Not
30 x 22.75
On one of our boat trips in the Gulf of California, we were exploring a small estuary on the Baja side. As I was taking pictures of a vulture sitting on a