From the proprietary archives of legendary textile artist, engraver and painter Paule Marrot (1902-1987) comes this beautiful, wide-ranging collection of prints. Working primarily from 1920-1960, her rich colors and striking geometry put her at the heart the Art Deco movement. Influenced by Renoir and writer Marcel Proust, Marrot captured the natural world in a simple, lyrical style that makes her work as engaging and contemporary today as it was during the height of her popularity.
54" x 42" framed in an acrylic box
San Antonio artist
Measuring: 36" x 48"
Acrylic, mylar, gold leaf and linen on canvas
Contemporary artist Sarah Palmer, a native of San Antonio, Texas, earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Texas in Austin in 2015, and afterwards studied at the Florence Academy of Art. Sarah earned her Masters of Fine Arts degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta in the spring of 2019. She has a studio in San Antonio at the Hausmann Millworks and loves working with the community of artists there. Sarah has shown her work locally at the Witte Museum, the McNay Art Museum, Cornerstone Christian School, the W Hotel in Austin, and nationally at the MOCA Gallery and Trois Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.
San Antonio Artist, Acrylic on wood
48 x 48"
San Antonio artist, acrylic, mixed media and gold leaf on canvas
Measuring: 30" x 40"