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Marilyn Fegan - painter of 3-dimensional pieces


Artist Statement

I have been an artist for over 30 years. I think I can best be described as a painter who should have been a sculptor.  I do paintings in acrylic and oil but I love three-dimensional pieces.

My work has been described as “traditional painting on nontraditional canvases”.
I can look at something and for me it becomes a canvas. It can be a chair, a table, a bowl, a wall, anything. I find interesting pieces and let them tell me how to paint them. Sometimes I will begin to paint without a plan and enjoy letting the piece evolve.

I especially like that my paintings are touchable. You can pick them up or turn them around to see all sides. You can rub your hands across them and enjoy their details and smooth finishes. They are beautiful, touchable and functional.

I have shipped my work all over the country. One small table I painted now resides in Paris. My work can be seen at Cazenovia Artisan’s Gallery or on Etsy, however, I do many commissioned pieces and local murals as well.

I am looking forward to having visitors in my studio and seeing where I get my inspiration.


©2024 Marilyn Fegan. All rights reserved. Duplication is not allowed without permission.



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