Marjorie Glick, Joyful Day, Water Over Mountain, watercolor, 26" x 41"
Known for her large-scale, vividly-colored, realistic watercolors that are inspired by New England’s places of antiquity and by the beauty found in nature, Marjorie Glick has been painting for 30 years, with works residing in numerous corporate and private collections. She has exhibited at several museums and galleries, including the DeCordova Museum, where she has taught since 1986. Glick earned a B.F.A. from Massachusetts College of Art, and has studied independently with Wolf Kahn and George Nick.
The recipient of grants from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Marjorie Glick has led numerous painting workshops on the coast of Maine, as well as in Monet's Garden in Giverny, France.