Mae Bertoni is an award-winning artist, holding several awards from the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit, the Long Beach Art Association, the Catherine Lorillard Wolf Art Club, and the Hamiltonian Art Association. She is listed in “Who’s Who of American Women” and “2,000 Outstanding Women of the Twenty-First Century” and has been a juror for several art associations, including Audobon Artists, the Sculptors Society, and the Hudson Valley Art Association.
Her works can be found in multiple collections, such as the Rockwell International, William Etsy and Company, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Stone Brook University Medical Center, and in the collection of the biochemist professor Thomas R. Broker.
“My mission artistically is to highlight, as truthfully as I can, nature in the raw, with its many varied facets to which my creative urges respond.
The beauty of the natural world is the constant source of my inspiration. The rivers, lakes, oceans, and forests fuel my imagination and beckon me.
I sit with the deepest respect, in awe and wonderment, as I contemplate a particular subject, and attempt to understand the essence of the place, to reach the area’s soul, if possible. Then while the adrenalin is flowing, I begin my painting and my personal tribute.”