Mary Simpson’s prints reflect her upbringing on a dairy farm in Vermont’s
Northeast Kingdom. After graduating from Lyndon State College, she and her
husband taught school in the area for several years and then moved west. They lived
for seven years in Wyoming and 14 years in Alaska, returning to Vermont in 1992.
While raising her three children, Simpson took art classes and worked on her own in
various media, including drawing, calligraphy and painting, honing her skills. She
now finds printmaking the most satisfying medium in expressing her memories of
farm and rural life.