Mary’s Giammarino's devotion to light and color is evident in all of her paintings. While her work is influenced by the impressionist palette of the Cape School of Art, her work is less idealized and more contemporary by design. Giammarino's plein-air paintings reflect her passion and devotion to capturing the exquisite drama of nature’s fleeting moods.
Mary’s Giammarino has been returning to Provincetown to paint and study the cape light every spring since 1989. She has had numerous solo shows and exhibitions in Provincetown, Philadelphia and Vermont. Her work is in private collections and museums as well as all over Europe. Mary makes her home in Vermont where she lives with her husband, the sculptor John Cassin.