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Marilyn Propp

Marilyn Propp

Marilyn Propp received her BA in Art History from the University of Pennsylvania, her MA in Art and Art History from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine; the Brooklyn Museum Art School, New York on a Max Beckmann Memorial Scholarship; the Provincetown Workshop, Massachusetts; and the San Francisco Art Institute in the pre-MFA program, California. She teaches at Columbia College, Chicago and the Evanston Art Center, and has also taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Loyola University. She has been teaching and painting in Chicago since 1987, and has had twenty-four solo shows, including ten in the Chicago area, most recently at the Schopf Gallery, Chicago, the Contemporary Arts Workshop, Chicago, and the Quincy Art Center, Quincy, Illinois. Her work has been included in numerous group shows, including Remarkable Women, at the Peltz Gallery, Milwaukee, and in Chicago, The Exquisite Corpse, Printworks Gallery; Figures, Northern Illinois University Gallery; and Chicago Curators Choose Chicago Artists, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery. Honors include an Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant, three CAAP grants, and four Faculty Enrichment Grants. She is co-founder of Anchor Graphics, Chicago, and serves on its Board of Directors. Collections include Amnesty International, New York, Morningstar Inc., Chicago, and corporate and private collections throughout the United States and in Saudi Arabia. Her fourteen large oil on paper paintings entitled The Stations of the Cross are permanently installed in the community hall at Old St. Patrick's Church, Chicago.


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