Marianne Lisson Kuhn grew up in the “then small farming community of Naperville, Illinois”, and “spent most Sundays visiting her grandparents at their local farms and grew to love the country and the beauty of nature unfolding with each passing season”.
Marianne’s artwork includes small rural scenes and landscapes in pen and ink, pastel and watercolor, as well as large murals depicting historical and contemporary life in the area.
On Thursday, June 2, 2016, Marianne will share some of her thoughts, inspirations and techniques with the Nature Artists’ Guild at the Thornhill Education Center of The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, IL from 7 until 9 pm. Her focus will be on scenes in pen and ink for this presentation.
As always, guests and visitors are welcome to attend this program sponsored by the Nature Artists’ Guild. There is no charge for attendance, parking, or admission to the Arboretum for this event. Visitors can just let the gate attendant know that they are there for the program, and they will be directed to Thornhill.
Please click on the following links to learn more about Marianne, and to view examples of her artwork –