Born on January 26, 1932, Mary Epler Leffler is a native of San Diego, California. She is a watercolor painter and etcher, graduated from San Diego State University in 1953 and continued her art education by taking seminars and classes given by other southern California artists.
She created aquatint etchings of San Diego landmarks which were sold as souvenirs to visitors. Some titles are: Point Loma Lighthouse, Sierra Museum, Old Town, Mission de Alcala, and Balboa Park.
Leffler exhibited at galleries in Coronado, La Jolla, Old Town, and Seaport Village, CA in the 1970-1990s.