Meredith Marsone is a professional artist from New Zealand who has an extensive international exhibition history. Establishing herself as a contemporary figurative painter with a unique and distinctive style Marsone’s work is held in numerous private and notable collections. Her work has also won several awards including First Prize in The Lysaght Watt are Award 2015, Merit Award Painting and Printmaking Award and selected finalist on three occasions for The Adam Portrait Award. Marsone’s recent solo shows were held in Sydney 2016 and Los Angeles 2017 and her work has been exhibited in over 25 US group shows in the past two years alone.
Stephanie Dixon, Society6 editor writes, “Meredith Marsone’s oil paintings have a haunting familiarity. It’s hard not to see yourself reflected in each eye, lip, and hand. Working in traditional oils, her abstracted photo-realistic depictions express a swath of emotions and human experiences in a subtle and mysterious way.”
Marsone lives in Blenheim, New Zealand with her husband, three daughters, one cat and two chickens and paints almost every day from her purpose built studio.