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Image of Painting - A 1965 graduate in Art Education/ Painting went on to complete an MFA at the University of Idaho in 1969. He now resides in Albany New York where he is a professor at Sage Junior College of Alany. In July 1993 he took a one week workshop sponsored by Peace College on "Mexican Culture and Civilization" in Merida, Mexico. While there he toured several sites in the Yucatan, including Chicen Jtza and Uxmal. Last summer he tought a watercolor class for Sage College's internation program "Sage at Oxford" at Oxford University. Willie Marlowe's abstract paintinings, small in size and suggesting a colorful kingdom of simple life forms, still such thoughts. There is a connection to nature in Marlowe's work, compounded by other influences- from her dreams and world travels in medieval manuscript illuminations and cave paintings. Marlowe is fascinated by fossils and the ruins of civilization, "shapes that look like they once had a life." Marlowe's paintings, which incorporate elements of collage and brightly colored acrylic, are non-objective and very contemporary in style. Throughout her work, Marlowe's high-pitched sense of color flows to create images of shocking intensity, while careful composition and layering of paint combine to evince a substle beauty. Not suprinsingly, her paintings have become part of numerous important collections, including those of Russell Sage College, the SUNY at Albany Art Gallery, and the Greenville (N.C.) Museum of Art, where Ms. Marlower was honored with a solo exhibition last year.

Painting - A 1965 graduate in Art Education/ Painting went on to complete an MFA at the University of Idaho in 1969. He now resides in Albany New York where he is a professor at Sage Junior College of Alany. In July 1993 he took a one week workshop sponsored by Peace College on "Mexican Culture and Civilization" in Merida, Mexico. While there he toured several sites in the Yucatan, including Chicen Jtza and Uxmal. Last summer he tought a watercolor class for Sage College's internation program "Sage at Oxford" at Oxford University. Willie Marlowe's abstract paintinings, small in size and suggesting a colorful kingdom of simple life forms, still such thoughts. There is a connection to nature in Marlowe's work, compounded by other influences- from her dreams and world travels in medieval manuscript illuminations and cave paintings. Marlowe is fascinated by fossils and the ruins of civilization, "shapes that look like they once had a life." Marlowe's paintings, which incorporate elements of collage and brightly colored acrylic, are non-objective and very contemporary in style. Throughout her work, Marlowe's high-pitched sense of color flows to create images of shocking intensity, while careful composition and layering of paint combine to evince a substle beauty. Not suprinsingly, her paintings have become part of numerous important collections, including those of Russell Sage College, the SUNY at Albany Art Gallery, and the Greenville (N.C.) Museum of Art, where Ms. Marlower was honored with a solo exhibition last year.

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