Marguerite lives in rural Australia with her husband and a very spoilt Rhodesian Ridgeback. As a student Marguerite studied classical piano a love that has followed her through life, that love of the classics helped create a passion to paint. She has studied Chinese art under a renowned master for many years and that high level of tuition shows in her paintings.
Marguerite has received awards from ICCPS in both 2014 and 2015 for her art exhibited in Beijing. Her renditions on animal skulls developed after her curator-ship of an educational program, where her job required restoration of broken and damaged skulls. Marguerite’s creative talent put the excess skulls to good use.
Working with silver and gold is an extension into working with different mediums and she now blends leather, canvas, silver and gold into jewellery and art with a unique outcome. Old retried chairs often make their way into her studio where they are lovingly restored by Marguerite so they live on.
Each piece that Marguerite creates is a one off, no two pieces are the same. When you purchase a piece of art from Marguerite there will not be another quite like yours.