I’ve never paid attention to art trends, though Op Art influenced my early paintings. I found my way of working long ago and I stay with it, working to push my boundaries further and further out. Often I return to ideas to I’ve had as long as twenty years, and because my thinking about art has been consistent, there is a continuity throughout my long years to painting. I am not interested in portraying life as such, but I am interested in portraying ideas and emotions.                                                        – Mary Dill Henry 1913–2009

Music I Heard

The Early Years: 1930s – 1940s

The 1950s – Early 1960s

The Mid–1960s Paintings

The 1967 On/Off Paintings

The 1968 Love Jazz Series

The Late 1960s – Early 1970s Mendocino Series

The 1975 North Slope Series

The 1975–1985 Planar Construction Series

The 1985–1995 Stripe Series

The 1990–2000 Color of Memory Series

The 1994–1998 Fractured Cubic Series

The 1993–2003 Thin Black Line Series

The 2002 Language Barrier Series

2003 The Last Painting