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May Issue 2006

The Cheryl Newby Gallery, in Pawleys Island, SC, Features Works by Gwen Marcus

Noted sculptor Gwen Marcus will be featured at The Cheryl Newby Gallery in Pawleys Island, SC, from May 20 through June 17, 2006. In a show of her works titled Rhythms of Life, fifteen bronzes by Marcus, who is a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society, will be on view and for sale.

Marcus has received many honors and commissions, among them the highly regarded Gold Medal of Honor (Allied Artists of America Inc.) The twice recipient of the Gold Medal of Honor (American Artist Professional League Inc.), Gold Medal of Honor (Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club), Certificate of Merit (National Academy of Design); and the Gloria Medal (National Sculpture Society). Critics have praised Marcus for her sensitivity and comprehension of the human form.

A child prodigy, Marcus began exhibiting her work at the age of nine.

Marcus received her education from New York University, The Rhode Island School of Design, The Art Students League, and The National Academy of Design. She privately studied with Clemente Spampinato, Bruno Lucchesi, Edgar Whitney, and Isaac Soyer. Marcus has exhibited in numerous shows throughout the United States and her works are included in many important collections throughout the world.

For further information check our SC Commercial Gallery listings, call the gallery at 843/979-0149 or 800/435-2733 or at (www.cherylnewbygallery.com).


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