Marcy Orendorff Contemporary Art
Current Show The StoryBook Project, "Name Them to Tame Them." A fable and art series to help us talk with children talk about difficult feelings like sadness, frustration and anger, through April 30, 2018, Umpqua Bank, 1395 E. 2nd, Benicia, CA.
10% of Proceeds to Benicia Human Services Fundraiser "Spring Into Action"
Artist's Reception: April 12, 5-7 pm. Join us for refreshments!
View Original paintings, posters, prints. more
"Allison" mixed media on panel, 18x24"
Combining the wistfulness of the Romanticists with the playfulness of Magic Realism, Marcy's distinct style involves using animals, figures, and landscapes to tell stories rich with symbolism.
As artist activist, she uses her work to promote awareness and educate on the issues of domestic violence prevention and support children most at-risk. With degrees in Educational Psychology and Social Welfare, she uses her art as social commentary and has been active in supporting preventive programs for children for 20 years. Her work also supports animal rescue and other projects.
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In the Bay Area, find my art @
The Little Art Shop
The Tannery Building
129 E. 1st Benicia, CA
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