Marilyn Henrion is an internationally acclaimed award-winning mixed media artist based in Plano, Texas, USA.

Although she began her artistic journey as a painter, it was the world of textiles that truly captivated her. After retiring from a career in education, she devoted her time to creating art using her preferred medium.

Her works are included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Arts & Design, New York; the Newark Museum, Newark, NJ; the Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI; the Central Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland; the International Quilt Museum, Lincoln, NE, the American Quilt Museum, Paducah, KY, and the U.S, State Department Embassy in Pnom Penh, Cambodia.

They are also included in corporate and private collections internationally. She is represented in the Smithsonian Institution's Archives if American Art.

Over her long and storied career Marilyn has won numerous awards including 3rd Place in Fusion Art’s 8th Annual Black & White Art Exhibition in April 2024.

Marilyn Henrion Artist Biography

Born in New York City in 1932, Marilyn Henrion was a resident of Greenwich Village until she relocated to Texas in 2022 at the age of 90, where she continues to create and exhibit her work. She graduated from Cooper Union and Fordham University and was actively engaged the art and literary scene of the beat poets and abstract expressionist painters while raising four children and working full time as a career counselor.

Marilyn Henrion Artist Statement

While my original medium was paint, I soon discovered that textiles spoke to me in a way that paint never did, and became my medium of choice. The works, derived from my digitally manipulated photographs, may take the form of collage or hand quilted works. My aesthetic vision was always deeply rooted in the urban geometry of my surroundings, but that has expanded to include the natural world since moving to Texas. I am often conflicted about how much abstraction to employ. A fascination with the detail in the subject vies with the personal emotional component conveyed in the abstraction.

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