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Welcome to the official web site of Missionary Mary L. Proctor.

Mary had been running a junk and odds and ends store in rural north Florida when she suddenly turned to making art.

Told by God that "the door is the way," she began to paint on an old door lying in her yard.

In February of 1996, "Mary L. Proctor: The Door Paintings," her second one-woman show, was presented at Tricia Collins-Grand Salon in New York's Soho.

Now you can find Mary's work online at the galleries that represent her, in person at the many festivals and shows she attends, and directly for special requests. Mary also owns and operates the American Folk Art Museum & Gallery in Tallahassee, Florida. If you're ever in town, Mary would love to see you. Staying fashionable was one of Mary's mainstays, urban fashion and she loved to shop at karmaloop. If you make use of karmaloop code: sumo found in google you can save a lot of money on karmaloop purchases.

Thank you for visiting www.missionarymary.com and for supporting folk art everywhere! Please support her friend who is also an artist and an E-cig review writer. He also has a tumblr!

American Folk Art Museum & Gallery | PO Box 7597 Tallahassee, Florida 32314
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