Exhibitions of Paintings
Selected One-person Shows

December 2011, January 2012
Evanston Public Library
1703 Orrington Avenue  – Evanston, IL
AlphabetArt (see Watercolors – Alphabet)

April 2010Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center
(See Bathers)
Frederick, MD
Bathers Series

Summer of 2006 — studio b. gallery
Three Oaks, MI
Bathers Series
(See Bathers)

1990 — Hurlbutt Gallery,
Greenwich, CT
Abstract Paintings

1977 — Studio F.L., Rome

1975 — KAMA Studio, Rome

1969 — Museum of Vannes, France

Exhibitions of Paintings
Selected Group Shows

1996 —
Heim Gallery
Fischer Island, FL

Ariete Gallery

128 Gallery
New York City

1987 —
Charles Cowles Annex Gallery
55 Mercer Gallery
New York City

1984 — “Baku,”
Black and White series
(see Black and White)
P.S. 64
New York City

1977 — Schneider Gallery
Abstract Watercolors
Rome, Italy

Calcografia, Nazionale
Rome, Italy

1976 — Community of Frascati

1975 — Gallery Racine Brussels

Marjorie Price


Marjorie Price was born in Chicago, Illinois. After receiving a B.A. in Speech and Drama (1951) from Stanford University, she returned to Chicago and studied painting and design at the Chicago Art Institute. In 1953 she made her first trip to Europe. She remained there for six months, attending art classes at the Grande Chaumiére in Paris. On her return to the United States, she settled in San Francisco and studied painting at the San Francisco Art League. From 1953 to 1960, she worked in television, continued to paint, and indulged her love of theater by acting in regional theater. In 1960, she again left America for France, living first in Paris and then on a farm in Brittany which she restored and where she created an art center called the “Centre d’Art de la Salle” where painters, sculptors and ceramists came from various parts of France to exhibit their work. In 1970, she moved to Rome, Italy with her daughter Danielle. In 1978, after eighteen years in Europe, she returned to the United States and settled in New York. Her work is represented in numerous private and public collections in the United States and Europe. After living in the heart of Manhattan for thirty-four years, she currently continues her work as a painter and author in Atlantic Beach, Florida.

Marjorie’s work is represented in numerous private and public collections in the United States and Europe.

Awards and Scholarships
1977 Calcografia Nazionale, Rome – 1977
1986 Painting and Sculpture Workshop, Casa de Jovendud, Segovia, Spain
1987 Vermont Studio Colony

Print editions
1977 – Calcografia Nazionale, Rome: Permanent library
1983 – New York Graphic Society, “Structure”

Public and corporate collections:
Stanford University Hospital, Palo Alto, CA
Bristol Meyers, New York
Peat Marwick, Mitchell, New York
Huntington Bank, Columbus, Ohio
Calcografia Nazionale, Rome
Circolo Belle Arti, Rome

Private collections in USA, France and Italy

1980 – AlphaDabbles, Art and education book for children, published by Pantheon Books
1995 – 123 What Do You See? Art and education book for children, published by Longmeadow Press
2008 – A Gift from Brittany, a memoir based on the years Price lived in an ancient village in Brittany in the 1960’s, published by Gotham Books; paperback edition, 2009.