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Meet artist of the week, Marjorie Stewart Hicks
Nashville, Tennessee based artist Marjorie Stewart Hicks focuses her work predominantly on still lives, figures and landscapes to name a few. Her use of light and shadow works in a way that seems to give life to her artworks. Margorie’s biggest inspirations, among others, includes John Singer Sargent, Joaquin Sorolla, and Henry Potthast.
Heavily involved within the art community, she expresses her gratitude for the creative community, particularly the women in Arts sphere. Her work ranges from commissioned home paintings to complex, impressionistic landscape scenes.
Marjorie’s inspiration is drawn largely from her love of teaching, and more importantly – her students
Marjorie’s inspiration is drawn largely from her love of teaching, and more importantly – her students. Whilst inspiring her students to embrace their creativity and paint often, she also works to support non-profit organisations.
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