Multiple flowers and foliage fill the canvas

Marney Fuller, Crowd (2019). Oil on Canvas. 60 x 40 x 1.5 in.

I’m a painter who also does outdoor sculpture and installation. I’ve had my studio in DUMBO for about 30 years. I'll be showing a select group of paintings from the last 3-4 years during Open Studios. More of my paintings can be seen at BWAC in Red Hook, Brooklyn for the group show, The Elements, from April 30-June 5. I recently completed a new assemblage metal sculpture of a five foot bee called, Bumblebee Brooch. It will be hung on the side of the school building, PS 107 in Park Slope on Earth Day. My other assemblage sculptures that have hung there for over 10 years, will be taken down for maintenance, repair and replacement in the coming year.
My paintings are emotive landscapes about our relationship with nature. My metal assemblage sculptures are emblems of nature’s small giants; the insects and plants. My iconography is a microcosm of changing boundaries and the impermanence of the environment. Movement, light and time are characteristic of my art.