Marianne Muggeridge

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source- Muggeridge specialised in life drawing and painting at Elam School of Fine Art, where she gained her BFA in 1973. In 2000 Marianne won the NZ Portrait Gallery’s inaugural National Portrait Competition, and in 2002 won the prestigious Adam/NZ Portrait Competition. Her work is exhibited widely and is held in numerous private and public collections throughout New Zealand. Marianne Muggeridge is a full-time working artist whose creative impetus is to work from life in a variety of media.

Marianne was born in Hamilton in 1952, and graduated from Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland University in 1973.
Marianne spent time travelling in Europe where she painted and visited as many sights, galleries and museums as possible. In 1979, she was the first artist to hold a solo show at New Zealand House, in London. She has since exhibited widely throughout New Zealand and overseas, including London, Tokyo and New York.

Working in a Realist style, she paints from life (on site) in oils. She then develops her silk screens from these paintings.
In 2000 she won the N.Z Portrait Gallery’s inaugural National Portrait competition.
In 2002 she was winner of the N.Z Portrait Gallery/ Adam Portrait Competition
She has works in Public Collections – Te Papa, Massey University and The Reserve Bank.

Marianne currently lives in South Taranaki.

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