The SIAG Welcomes Marissa Vogl, February 16, 2021

Marissa was born and raised in Montana where a love for the outdoors instilled an emotional connection to the landscape. She currently lives in Charleston, SC; painting the marsh, children at the beach or tractors on a construction site. Her use of thick paint and bold brush strokes brings an emotional vitality into her work. She studied graphic design / fine art at Montana State University and has studied under artists such as Bill Davidson and Karen Hewitt Hagan.

Marissa Vogl paints in oils both abstract and impressionistic styles. Marissa works out of her studio on Johns Island inspired by the low country and focuses mainly on landscapes. Her subjects are common, everyday sights. She is talented at capturing interesting forms, colors and light in her abstract landscape paintings.

Below are some of the awards that Marissa has received over the years:
2018 Art Muse – 3rd Place – Abstract Category
2017 Piccolo Spoleto Outdoor Art Exhibition – Honorable Mention
2016 Piccolo Spoleto Outdoor Art Exhibition – 2nd Place, “Summer’s Promise”
2014 Art Galleries and Artist of the South, Juried Emerging Artist – October 2014
2013 Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Juried Art Exhibition – Honorable Mention “Sunlit Tide”
2011 April – Contemporary Fine Art International, Featured Artist of the Month.

Due to Covid-19, Seabrook Island Artist Guild (SIAG) meetings are being held outdoors on the back porch of The Lake House. Please dress appropriately for the weather, bring a chair to sit on, and bring your own beverage and/or snack. Only members can attend the meeting but if you would like to join the Seabrook Island Artist Guild we welcome all newcomers and membership dues are only $30 annually.

If you are a member and have not paid your 2021 dues, please bring payment to the meeting. If you are not yet a member, please bring annual payment to become a member. For more information on SIAG, please visit our website: www.seabrookislandartistguild.com

-Submitted by Sharon Peck

(Image credit: Sharon Peck)

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