Mendocino Eco Artists

Creatively Supporting the Environment


Maeve Croghan's innovative interpretations of nature have gained her much acclaim. Maeve grew up living every summer on an island in Northern Michigan. Here she developed a deep reverence for the lakes, woods and Nature. She paints from a deep connection to the environment. Her love of the land is understood in her color filled paintings.

Maeve has been painting since she was 15. She studied at the San Francisco Art Institute, Reed College, the Portland Museum Art School, and the Corcoran School of Art. She has a BA from New College of California in Art and Education.

Maeve has been the recipient of many prestigious juried awards. Her paintings have been shown in numerous galleries and museums. Recently her paintings were chosen for exhibits at the Matsumoto Museum in Matsumoto, Japan, and for Museum of the Living Artist, San Diego. Her paintings are featured on the wine labels of Castoro Cellars of Templeton, California. Her work is in prominent collections in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Japan and Mexico. Maeve’s paintings have been published in the juried books, ART of Northern California and American Art Collector, as well as the Studio Visit Art Journal.

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Maeve Croghan: Druids Pines
Druids Pines

Maeve Croghan: Happy Oak 1920
Happy Oak 1920

Maeve Croghan: Mountain Vision Glow
Mountain Vision Glow

Maeve Croghan: Pacific Rapture
Pacific Rapture

Maeve Croghan: Spring Tamalpais Oak
Spring Tamalpais Oak

Maeve Croghan: Tuscan Glow Tree
Tuscan Glow Tree

Maeve Croghan: Beaverstock Oaks
Beaverstock Oaks

Maeve Croghan: Cloverdale Red
Cloverdale Red

Maeve Croghan: Golden Vines and Oak
Golden Vines and Oak

Maeve Croghan: Magic Maui Mountain
Magic Maui Mountain

Maeve Croghan: Oak Tree
Oak Tree

Maeve Croghan: Spring Ranch I
Spring Ranch I

Maeve Croghan: Tomales Out to Sea
Tomales Out to Sea


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