Marjett Schille says she wants her work to serve as a voice for the environment. Through watercolor, mixed media, oils, charcoal and fired clay she creates images and sculpture that illuminate and focus on Nature’s Life Force. Her Muses are the Landscapes of the South and Northwest of the United States. She pulls inspiration from the images and histories of animals, plants, and indigenous peoples.
Marjett Schille received her MFA in painting, drawing and ceramic sculpture from the University of Idaho. She started her career as an artist and illustrator in 1973. Various Galleries in Northwest of the United States and Southeast Georgia represent her work. She has various work in public collections for the King County Arts Commission, Harborview Hospital, Graham Libraries and the Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.
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