5297 Hugh Howell Rd.
Stone Mountain, Ga. 30087
Artistís Bio and Statement
Marjorie Foster, an emerging oil painter, is pursuing a painting career with her interest in a colorful palette. Initially interested in still life painting in a scenic setting, she is now expanding her outlook to paint landscapes ranging in a subject matter from trips to Europe as source material to more familiar venues, implementing a graffito painterly style.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Marjorie studied Textile Design at the Cleveland Institute of Art, she then moved to Atlanta with her husband and started a family. Returning to work in Graphic Arts, she eventually moved into Textile Design. Along the way she returned to Georgia State University to receive her B.F.A~ in Textile Design. She has studied portrait and figure painting with Roman and Constantine Chatov. Today she devotes her talents to painting exclusively in oils.
Marjorie is interested in finding a subject to paint that will permit experimentation and an exaggeration of color. She is interested in achieving an end result that will be an inspirational ex3~erience for the viewer with a pleasant and reflective result. Having been a child of the Depression and followed by World War II, she feels the need to bring an uplifting aspect to the viewer's eye.
Marjorie presently is painting in a style which is to her a passage whereby she hopes to grow even further in an artistic representation.
Marjorie is a member of Art Station of Stone Mountain, Atlanta Artist Center, Dunwoody Fine Arts Association, National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society, National Oil painters of America, and the Quinlan Visual Arts Center. She has exhibited at Callanwolde Art Shop, An Station, Atlanta Artist Center, Dunwoody Fine Arts Association, Dunwoody Library, Zaban Jewish Center, Dunwoody Nature Center,and the Quinlan Visual Arts Center in their juried Shows. She has also been accepted in South Cobb Arts Alliance 12th and 13th National Juried Exhibit at Mable House, Southern Artists' League National Juried An Competition & Exhibition of 2000 at Lowndes Valdosta Cultural Center in Georgia, Metro Montage at the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art 2001, the Georgia Council for the Axis Capitol Governor's Show in 2001, as well as a Two Woman Show at the Smoke Rise Golf and Country Club May 11, 2001
Her buyers are from Dunwoody, Tucker, Atlanta, Valdosta, Hartwell, Duluth, Sautee, Georgia and West Orange, New Jersey.