Calling for Photos

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If you have one of Marion Ranyak’s works of art which is not shown on this website, please contact us via the Contact form. We are looking for photos of her work for those listed without an image. We will also happily post additional photos of her work in your home or office.

Thanks to Betty Krulik Fine Art, Ltd. for providing the photos and additional information for MR-357 and MR-363.

Website Version 3.0

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Welcome to the version 3.0 of this website. The Catalogue Raisonné is intended to show all of Marion’s life work in major categories. The Gallery is to highlight specific works. We have changed the layout and theme to be more mobile and tablet friendly. When viewing the artwork, you can now swipe through the gallery or catalog on a phone or tablet. If you are looking for available works, use the Catalogue Raisonné and filter on “Available”. Please feel free to post comments and use the Contact page to ask any questions. Thank you.

Women Defining Themselves – Exhibition

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Marion’s works will be included in the art exhibition at Rowan University, showcasing the works of the founding artist-members of the SOHO 20 gallery in New York. The exhibition which runs from May 4 through July 27 commemorates the 45th anniversary of this historically significant women’s cooperative art gallery.

https://sites.rowan.edu/artgallery/exhibitions/soho-20.html

The Passing of An Artist

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Marion Ranyak died peacefully on August 22, 2018. I had just visited with her a few days prior and she was in good spirits, although her health had greatly declined. Many thanks are due to the health aides who assisted her in her last days; they so kindly took care of her basic needs. Also, thanks to the visitors who came and spent time with her in the past few months.

Marion’s artwork will live on, adorning the walls of so many homes and other locations. For those who only have visited this site, I wish you could experience her works in person. They have an affect on the viewer that does not come with the small digital imagery on this site.