Marjorie is honored that her artist video is now part of the Crystal Bridges series, Create Together: Nature of Things. Marjorie discusses her art journey and practice. Use this link to see her video. (Be sure to scroll down to connect to Marjorie’s video.)
Marjorie is excited that her virtual artist's talk in conjunction with the exhibition BEAUTIFUL, on display at Hearne Fine Art, in Little Rock, Arkansas, is now posted on YouTube. Use this link to visit YouTube and Marjorie's talk.
Marjorie is happy to share this link to the virtual exhibition DRAWING CHALLENGE XIX: Let the globe, if nothing else, say this much is true. The theme of the exhibition is inspired by words from The Hill We Climb by poet Amanda Gorman, which was recited at the Presidential Inauguration of 2021. (Be sure to scroll down to see Marjorie's drawing.)
Marjorie and her husband Aj Smith are proud to share a virtual tour of their art exhibition on display at the Arkansas Governor's Mansion. The exhibition runs from July 1 - August 31, 2020.
Marjorie was recently interviewed in the Arkansas Art Scene Blog. Visit this link to learn more about Marjorie's art making process, materials used, and why she moved to Arkansas! (Be sure to scroll down this page to read Marjorie's interview.)
Marjorie is proud to share this link to a video produced by the Arkansas Arts Council in celebration of the Governor's Arts Awards. In the video Marjorie shares thoughts about her work and about the making of the design for the Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to the Little Rock Nine.
A newly released book on silverpoint includes Marjorie's drawing LINES. The book, Silverpoint and Metalpoint Drawing: A Complete Guide to the Medium, is authored by Susan Schwalb and Tom Mazzullo, two experts in this medium. Visit this weblink if you would like to learn more about the book and order a copy.
Marjorie has work posted with the Arkansas Artist Registry. The Registry is a great resource to learn about the many talented artists in Arkansas.