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Willie Marlowe Art

b. 1946

Willie Marlowe is a visual artist who was born in North Carolina but has been a long-time resident of New York. She has an active exhibition schedule internationally and nationally. Marlowe is Professor Emerita at the Sage Colleges, where she was Chair of the Art Department.

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Artist: Willie Marlowe
Dealer: Martinez Gallery
Acrylic on Paper Painting -- Collage Diptych V
By Willie Marlowe
Located in Troy, NY
This abstract acrylic on paper painting has a dichotomous composition that draws one's eye across it. The magenta and cyan, along with violet, goldenrod, and green bring a vibrant vi...
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2010s Abstract Willie Marlowe Art

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Paper, Acrylic

Acrylic on Paper Painting -- House with Feather
By Willie Marlowe
Located in Troy, NY
This acrylic on paper painting depicts a connection among the outline of house, a magical feather, and delicately-leafed palms. The effect produced is an entrancing scene. Mostly sca...
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2010s Abstract Willie Marlowe Art

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Paper, Acrylic

Acrylic on Paper Painting -- Venetian Marble
By Willie Marlowe
Located in Troy, NY
This abstract acrylic on paper painting uses bright color and a glazed paint texture to bring a dynamic feeling to this painting's composition. Brilliant cyan, quinacridone magentas,...
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2010s Abstract Willie Marlowe Art

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Paper, Acrylic

Acrylic Painting on Paper -- Protective Cloud Cover
By Willie Marlowe
Located in Troy, NY
This acrylic painting on paper depicts abstractions that resemble a house, mountains, and swirling clouds. The vibrant teal and magenta create a bright lusciousness that draws the vi...
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2010s Abstract Willie Marlowe Art

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Paper, Acrylic

Acrylic on Paper-- Mayday Spun Glass
By Willie Marlowe
Located in Troy, NY
This vibrant acrylic on paper piece is enhanced by the hues of magenta, cyan, violet, and a glowing lemon yellow. There are circular shapes that are joining the larger organic form i...
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2010s Contemporary Willie Marlowe Art

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Paper, Acrylic

Acrylic painting -- Subterranean Sea
By Willie Marlowe
Located in Troy, NY
This abstract piece on paper foregrounds several organic forms in green, turquoise, and cerulean blue. In the upper half of the painting, there are brushstrokes in magenta. The artis...
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1980s Abstract Willie Marlowe Art

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Paper, Mixed Media, Acrylic

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