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Marianne Glick began painting in 2004 as a way to positively approach the long winter months. Her creativity in the garden gave her such joy that she wanted to continue that creativity when she wasn't able to garden outside. Many of her initial paintings focused on capturing the beauty of the flowers in her garden.
Marianne mostly works in watercolor and acrylics. Her work has been exhibited at the Indianapolis Art Center, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the American United Life Building in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Sullivan Munce Cultural Center and the Eagle Creek Coffee Company in Zionsville.
Her work has also been presented in juried competitions sponsored by the Watercolor Society of Indiana, California Art Day and others. Well-known and well-respected among Indianapolis artists, Marianne also holds a special place in the Hoosier heart for her philanthropic work around Indianapolis.