President Taft Touring Walla Walla in Grandfather's Car, oil on canvas, 36x60 inches


MARION SEAWELL
A Journey of Self-Exploration

It is said that all art is autobiographical, and that is especially true of Marion Seawell's work. While her paintings and drawings can be enjoyed by almost anyone especially anyone who loves animals, as she does they are in fact a journey of self-exploration.

Marion Seawell was born in 1928 in Yakima, Washington. It was 18 years later, in Big Sur, California, that she was transformed from a teenage girl who loved to draw horses into a true artist. Except for a couple of forays one to New York for two years, another for six months to a fishing village in Alaska she has lived all of her adult life in Northern California. Her paintings and drawings tell some of her stories along the way. A catalog, This Has Certainly Been a Lot of Fun, is available.


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