Features Marilynne Bradley
Webster Groves artist Marilynne Bradley has worked as an illustrator, graphic artist, workshop leader, art teacher, college professor, and fine artist. Known for her vibrant watercolors, she also has worked in acrylic, and pen and ink.
Lalo Concerto, Watercolor by Marilynne Bradley, 1980
Webster Arts is proud to feature a retrospective of 60 years of Marilynne’s work, 1958 – present. “Transitions” displays 49 pieces of drawings and paintings, including her first work. The exhibit runs through April 30, Monday-Friday, 9-5 pm.
An opening reception and 80th birthday bash on April 12, 6-9 pm, in the Webster Arts Center is free and open to the public.
The exhibit is located in the new Webster Arts Center, lower level, Schultz Hall at Eden Seminary, corner of Bompart & Lockwood in Webster Groves. Signs will direct patrons to the center. Anyone who has been to the Webster Arts Fair will recognize Schulz Hall as the building immediately west of the fairground field. There is plenty of free parking. Enter from the east driveway of Lockwood.
The gallery in the Webster Arts Center is the next step in Webster Arts’ commitment to enhancing our community with art experiences, and is made possible by the generous contributions of our supporters.