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Marianne Dunn received her fine arts degree from Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. After her graduation, she proceeded to The Parsons School of Design in New York to further her studies. She began her career working as a courtroom artist and also worked as a fashion artist in Atlanta. Currently, she leads workshops and lectures at the Wesleyan Center for the Arts. Marianne frequently travels a lot especially to Asia and Europe viewing art, visiting museums, painting, sketching, and gathering inspiration for future prints, art and posters. Marianne works with acrylics, oils, pastel and watercolor. Her unique style of design and color simplifies natural elements and forms into almost abstract patterns and shapes. She likes landscapes and gardens. Marianne is happiest when painting out-of-doors. Her works – especially the framed Marianne Dunn art - hang in numerous private and corporate collections including Mercer University, Invesco, Emory University, Coca Cola Corporation, Northwest Memorial Hospital and Norell Corporation. Originally from Florida, Marianne has exhibited in numerous one-person and group shows in several places, and she has been featured in many publications including The Artist's Magazine. Wesleyan College recently honored her with an award for Outstanding Achievement in art Profession. She credits her success to her junior high school gym teacher who started her on the road to a career in art. While college, Gulnar Bosch, her art history teacher instilled in her the desire to travel and see the wonders of architecture and art she had studied about in class. Marianne has made trips to Mexico, Israel, Egypt, Europe, the Far East, Nepal and India, sketching and painting and gathering material for her future works.
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Framed WOODS
WOODS
by Marianne Dunn
40" x 27"
 
Price: $264.99
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