Marjorie Davidson is a classically trained pianist and accomplished teacher and performer. She has studied at both Carnegie Mellon and DePaul Universities and is a graduate of the Northwestern School of Music.
A mostly self taught painter of still life and landscapes, her work is an exploration of the interplay of color and surface both in watercolor and, most recently, oil. Her strong love of nature has focused primarily on the landscapes of Northern Lake Michigan and the Carolina coast.
A student of the late George Rocheleau, Ms. Davidson says of her work “to capture the depth of feeling inspired by the quietest time of day, the movement of the sea, wind through trees, the endless shifting of light over land.”