Barbara Marks

Recollection 135 (Monson)

Acryla gouache, flashe, and Indian ink on gessoed panel,

16 x 16 in., 2019

Recollection 124 (Maitland)

Acryla gouache, flashe, and Indian ink on gessoed panel,

12 x 12 in., 2018

Barbara Marks is a multidisciplinary artist based in Connecticut. A child of the sixties, Marks fell into graphic design and established her own studio specializing in book design. In 2001, she left that behind to study painting at Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts (BFA 2005), and Brooklyn College CUNY (MFA 2008). Marks has been awarded artist residencies in Italy, France, and across the U.S. and has shown her work throughout the Northeast.

“I make small-scale, square, colorful paintings. I use color to create space. My imagery is rooted in observation. I like to call attention to the commonplace and the local. There’s the external world—and then there’s me. My paintings are the intersection of the two. In that respect, they are intimate and personal; perhaps they’re narrative.”

Painting(s) from Recollection

http://www.barbarammarks.com/         @barbaramarksstudio

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Recollection 136 (Monson)

Acryla gouache, flashe, and Indian ink on gessoed panel,

16 x 16 in. 2019