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 Margery A. Parker  (20/21st century)

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Lived/Active: California/South Carolina      Known for: Figure, portrait painting

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Margery Parker was a third generation native Californian transplanted to the coastal area of South Carolina on Hilton Head Island, who, upon retirement, moved to Overland Park, Kansas.

Though extensively a portraitist, she had a number of one-person shows and was represented in private, business and educational collections in the southeast.

Parker was a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, and studied at Munson Williams Procter Institute in New York and Sir John Cass College of Art in London. She received instruction from English painters Harold Workman and Ivor Weiss, water colorist Eliot O'Hara and from Atlanta, Constantin and Roman Chatov.

Along with having maintained a schedule of commissioned portraits, Parker in other painting experimented broadly in form and color-- employing various media to produce large scale, abstracted compositions of figures in motion or at rest. All of her work was intended to depict sensitive use of color, and inherent freedom and creativity while representing rather than challenging established disciplines of the painting craft.

Submitted by the artist, 6/23/2003.

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