Marianne Edwards has been a member of the NSA for more than 30 years, though she lives in Devon. Her major solo show at NAG was in 1981, and she remains in the NSA today (2010). In 1981 she was also chosen a Westward (Television) Open Award Winner for her simple, sparse, but very evocative paintings of lingerie, books, and other accoutrements of living. Their fragile, almost ethereal qualities draw immediate attention, and her paintings are in many public and private collections. Some have been reproduced as postcards.
Painting in oil
works and access
Works incl: Coffee-break in the library; Study; [Trevelyan House, Penzance]
Jamieson Library Exhibition series, 1980s, Newmill
NAG: Solo (1981) and mixed shows (various with NSA)
misc further info
Two paintings in Hypatia Collection of Women's Art, Trevelyan House