Marcia Santore is a contemporary painter. Her work uses vivid color, intriguing texture, and image-based abstraction to convey mystery and movement. Santore has exhibited her paintings, collages, and other artwork in solo, juried, and group exhibitions throughout the United States, and her artwork is held in public and private collections in the U.S. and abroad.
Santore has lived in Connecticut, California, Minnesota, New York, and Texas. She holds a BFA in studio art with an emphasis in painting and drawing from the University of Texas at Austin. Today she maintains a studio in Plymouth, New Hampshire. She welcomes studio visits and is happy to give artist talks or presentations about her work.
Santore writes about art in New England for Artscope Magazine and other publications. She is an independent curator and editor of the blog artYOP!, which focuses on artists and their stories.