Marden Headley is an American artist. The experimental use of colors in Marden Headley's paintings are inspired by the works of Gaugin, creating a Contemporary Abstract from the Post-Impressionist's palette. The kinetic energy of marine life and coastal landscapes is visible in each of Marden's works, whether depicting marsh-scapes, golf courses, or botanical eruptions. Born in San Diego in 1966, she works predominantly in acrylics. At the core of her drive to create is a desire to create an experience that completely envelops its viewer, transferring a sense of celebration.
San Diego, CA
St. Simons Island, Georgia
Kinetic changes, nature and family
"Water and growing things have always been my liquid inspiration. Irregular shapes, the layering of blues and greens, pinks, and sunbursts of yellow become reminiscent of the timeless pleasures of nature and the outdoors. Universally, the language of color transcends any mood."