The bold colors of Marjorie Wood Hamlin will grace the walls of the lodge at Black Butte Ranch through June.
The internationally exhibited Bend artist Marjorie Wood Hamlin will exhibit her work at the Lodge at Black Butte Ranch through June 29. Her work is in homes throughout Central Oregon from Black Butte Ranch to Sunriver, as well as Portland and Lake Oswego.
Wood Hamlin has created her own style, pushing the envelope of innovation to make new sensations for the eye of the beholder. New techniques with copper and gold foil and 23K gold leaf and bold colors in her landscapes are popular with her collectors. It is her philosophy that true creativity makes something new rather than copies previous styles. Her work graces corporate offices and the homes of clients throughout the United States.
Her paintings have been in exhibits throughout the western United States, New York, Spain and Florence, Italy where she won the recognition of the international jury of the Contemporary Biennale. Her environmental paintings video was shown in Granada and Almeria Spain as well as the United Nations with the Women's Caucus for Art for International Women's Month.
Marjorie has a BA with a major in applied art and art history from Willamette University. She also studied at San Francisco State University, Academy of Art San Francisco and Stanford University in Venice Italy.