The Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock has created a video presentation of Marjorie discussing her work and the drawing The Messengers© which is part of the 60th Annual Delta Exhibition. Use this link to view this short presentation. Thank you.
The June 7th issue of the Arkansas Times has a feature article about the 60th Annual Delta Exhibition at the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock. Visit this link to read the entire article. Marjorie's drawing The Messengers is featured.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette published an article (written by Ellis Widner) announcing the artists selected for the 60th Annual Delta Exhibition held at the Arkansas Arts Center. Check out this link to read all about it!
Marjorie is among the Influential Black Women of Arkansas as discussed by Sarah Thomas Pilcher in the most recent INVITING ARKANSAS blog post. Visit this link to read the entire article.
The Arkansas Arts Center has a world renowned collection. Five of Marjorie's drawings are included. Visit this link to search the collection to view Marjorie's work.
Marjorie has work posted with the Arkansas Artist Registry. The Registry is a great resource to learn about the many talented artists in Arkansas.
Marjorie is a Society member. If you would like to learn more about silverpoint drawing techniques, the materials used, or connect with practicing artists, this is the site to visit.
Marjorie's work is highlighted in the January 7, 2018 issue of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette Style Section. Journalist Ginny Monk did a great job in capturing the essence of Marjorie's work. Checkout this link to "read all about it!"
Thank you to Rock City Life for featuring Marjorie and Aj in a recent article. This link will take you to the article.