Sunday, November 25, 2018 at 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Join Ms. Williams and The Branch for a short holiday exhibition of her work. Marsden describes a sense of “looking out at the world” which inspired her to begin painting. Her paintings are celebrations of color and gesture, and she has become increasingly involved with the “mystical and transcendent power of color.” Her paintings convey this focus and unique visual observation of some of the places she has lived and found inspiration – Richmond, Virginia; Princeton, New Jersey and Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Central subjects in Marsden William’s work include: landscapes, still life arrangements, flowers, portraits, and beloved Borzoi dogs.
Reception Friday, November 23th, 3-5pm. RSVP required.
The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design, Library
2501 Monument Ave, Richmond, VA 23220