Artist Profile

Marilyn Marsh

Mediums: Watercolor, Painting, Oil, Acrylic

In the fall of 2002 Marilyn began taking drawing classes at the Ann
Arbor Art Center. Her previous experience with art was making paper
dolls as a child. After a year she took beginning watercolor at the
Ann Arbor Art Center. She began group classes (May 2004) with
watercolor artist Barbara Starner (except July and August) until
mid December when she moved to Texas. March 2005 she began classes
with Leslie Masters at her studio where she continues to work. She
moved into the use of acrylics and, most recently (Fall 2006), the
use of water-soluble oil paints. Her watercolor painting Tribute to
Hiroshige was accepted in the Summer 2006 Ann Arbor Women Artist?s
Juried Exhibit.

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