New York City native Marilyn Henrion is represented in the Smithsonian Institution's Archives of American Art. Her aesthetic vision has always been deeply rooted in the urban geometry of her surroundings, whether that be her native New York or other cities in her travels. Much as Edward Hopper had done in the last century, Henrion synthesizes and transforms the "facts" of the material world to reflect her own experience of a particular place.Her works are included in the permanent collections of many museum, corporate, and private collections internationally, including the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, the Newark Museum, the Racine Art Museum, the Central Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland, the International Quilt Museum, the U.S. State Department Embassy in Pnom Penh, Cambodia and others.
digitally manipulated photography, pigment printing on fabric, collage and/or hand-quilting, gallery wrapped on stretched canvas
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