Marion Kahn is an award-winning, contemporary oil painter. Through vivid interpretation, her paintings share the unceasing mystery of the world around her.
As an artist, Marion confidently captures surprising details that draw in the viewer. Her palettes can be soft or bold. She uses color to carry the message of the painting, whether expressing a quiet meditation or exuberant joy. Marion's work is found in the homes of sophisticated collectors around the country as well as healthcare institutions.
"My desire to paint exploded in Sicily when I saw two young artists atop a scaffolding restoring a 400-year-old fresco," says Marion. "I watched, mesmerized and full of questions."
Marion studied with established artists including renowned photorealist painter, Robert Cottingham; abstract painter, Lauren Mantecon, American Impressionists, Kim English, and Barry Thomas; abstract colorist, Casey Klahn, and plein air painters, Jean Perry and Joan Hoffmann.