MERRILYN DELANO MARSH
|Merrilyn Delano Marsh is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusettts, and studied at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere in Paris, France. Her works have been exhibited throughout New England and New York, and her work is contained in many private collections. Some examples of her commissioned works are: Seven Reliefs for the School for the Environment, Duke University; Bronze Statue for the Cloister Garden at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Wellesley, Massachusetts; Reliefs for the Houston and Sargent Awards of Tufts University of Medford, Massachusetts; a bronze portrait relief of Clarence "Pop" Houston, Houston Hall, Tufts University; and two large bronze reliefs for the Ellis Oval Athletic Field at Tufts University; also, a bronze portait relief of Rocco J. Carzo, for the Rocco J. Carzo Cage, Cousens Gymnasium, Tufts University. Girl with the Butterfly is in Central Park at Central St. & Grove (between the Post Office and the Wellesley Congregational Church).
Marsh was a teacher at the Choate School of Brookline, Massachusetts; the Brookline Community Center; the DeCordova Museum of Lincoln, Massachusetts, and has conducted private classes. She is a member of the Copley Society of Art, Boston, having achieved Copley Master status; a member of NESA (New England Sculptors Association) The Cambridge Art Association, and the Wellesley Society of Artists. Marsh is listed in Who's Who and Who's Who of American Woman.
|All original artworks available for purchase at the Vienna Frame Factory location for $100 each.|