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Marjorie Tomchuk

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As an artist-printmaker for more than twenty-five years, Marjorie Tomchuk has won numerous awards and gained international recognition with her art. In the past ten years the artist's work has evolved into a dramatically free style combining innovation, imagination and superb technical skill. All this individual creativity is expressed in her unique pieces and multiples rendered on distinctive artist-made papers. Born in Canada and educated in the United States, Japan and Europe, Ms. Tomchuk has traveled the world extensively gathering impressions for use in her art. Her limited edition prints are all created in her studio in New Canaan, Connecticut.

She is recognized in the following biographical books: Artist's U.S.A.; Prints, A Guide to Collecting; American Printmakers; Print World Directory; Art Diary; New York Art Review; American Artists, An Illustrated Survey of Leading Contemporaries; Modern Style; Collector's Art, Limited Edition Print Guide; as well as the various "Who's Who' editions of- American Art; International Art and Antiques; American Women; and the World's Who's Who of Women.

Studies at the University of Michigan (MA); Pratt Graphics Center, New York City; Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan; as well as studies in Germany were followed by years of development at her studios in New York City and in Connecticut. The results of this work are displayed in many museums such as: The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; National Air and Space Museum; Library of Congress, Print Collection; Library of Congress, Poster Collection; Nelson Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri; The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio; Denver Art Museum, Colorado; DeCordova Museum, Massachusetts; Davison Art Center, Connecticut; Tacoma Museum of Art, Tacoma, Washington; Museum of Native American Culture, Spokane, Washington; Midwest Museum of American Art, Elkart, Indiana; City Museum of New York, New York; Newark Museum, New Jersey.

A partial listing of corporate collections include; IBM Corp.; Xerox Corp.; Exxon Corp.; Continental Group; Hearst Publications, Time Inc.; Monsanto Co.; Citicorp; AT'&T, Bell Labs; Dow Jones Headquarters; General American Insurance Company; Hewlett-Packard Co.; General Electric; Toshiba; Northern Telecom, Anheuser-Busch Inc.; Canadian collections include: Ontario Government Ministry of Energy; Robin Hood Multifoods; and Ontario Government Service Development.

Ms. Tomchuk is a prominent exhibitor in the National Print Competitions and International Art Expositions. Her art is exhibited in galleries throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Australia and Japan.