artists gallery

Awards & Exhibitions

Marguerite was a very talented and accomplished Artist and Painter for most of her 105 years of life, continuing to paint well into her 90's even as she began to lose her eyesight. Working in almost every medium, Marguerite's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions while also winning several awards and is represented in many private collections throughout the United States and Canada. Many of her pieces have been displayed prominently in office buildings, schools, libraries, churches, etc. in recognition of her accomplishments as being a lifetime female artist. Even after death, Marguerite's artwork continues to be sought after by various galleries and private collectors interested in exhibiting and/or purchasing her pieces.

Affiliations


  • Detroit Society of Women's Painters & Sculptors - Member
  • Detroit Scarab Club - Member
  • Grosse Pointe Artists Association - Officer & Lifetime Member
  • Studio Ten - One of the Original Ten Members



Public Displays


  • Buhl Building
  • Detroit Institute of Arts
  • Grosse Pointe Public Library
  • Grosse Pointe War Memorial
  • Liggett School
  • Oak Park Public Library



Exhibitions


  • Cade Gallery
  • Coach House Gallery
  • Detroit Artists Market
  • Donald Morris Gallery
  • Generous Critic Art Gallery
  • Grosse Pointe Artists Association Annual Exhibition
  • Grosse Pointe Studio
  • Jacobson's
  • Ligget School
  • Oak Park Library
  • Rackham Memorial
  • Scarab Club




Awards


The Grosse Pointe Artists Association


  • Agnes Linderman Award
  • Best Design in Casein
  • Best in Design for Assemblage
  • Best in Show
  • Best in Show for Oil
  • Marion Fitch Award
  • Outstanding Achievement in Design
  • ​Outstanding Achievement in Oil and Acrylic
  • Outstanding Achievement in Watercolor
  • President's Award
  • Traditional Award in Acrylic


  • Numerous second place and honorable mention awards in various categories


- Amelia Earhart

"The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity."

Many of Marguerite's paintings and prints are available for exhibition or purchase. Please feel free to browse her Gallery.