An artist who works figuratively
on a wide range of subjects in oils, watercolours, drawing & print mediums
Marilyn spent her childhood among the goldmines of Central Africa. At 16 she moved to London to study architecture and art at Hornsey College of Art and the Regent Street Polytechnic. She returned to Africa where she combined the roles of wife and mother with that of artist, exhibiting her works in the principal galleries of Zimbabwe’s two main cities.
In 1975, Marilyn settled in England and now works as a full-time painter and printmaker.
Her works, which include portraits, country and urbanscapes, seascapes, wildlife and life studies, have been exhibited in Hertfordshire, in and around Highgate and North London and at well-known London galleries including:-
The Mall Galleries (annual open exhibitions of the Royal Society of Oil Painters, The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour the National Print Exhibitions and Originals ’05, their recent successor)
The Bankside Gallery (open exhibition of the Royal Watercolour Society)
The Royal Academy (Summer Exhibition)
Llewellyn-Alexander Gallery. (NOT the Royal Academy exhibition)
Marilyn has also exhibited at several venues in France including the Triennale Chamalières International Print Exhibition.