Artist Bio

Margo Marlow - Fine ArtistMargo Marlow, a sculptor dedicated to the sensuous shapes of the human form and its underlying structure, whether stone or bone.

The abstract elements that she uses in designing her work tell of meditative moments when ritual gives form to both the physical and spiritual worlds.

"Life, forever lifting upward", is what Margo Marlow's art is about. "The human spirit is irrepressible" she says. "I want to share that message in my work."

Margo Marlow Fine ArtistMargo began her career when chosen and granted an art scholarship to the Kansas City art institute, then studied under Kuan Wu, China's foremost sculptor now professor at Kansas State University. Margo's expertise is in color balance and color design, dealing in impressionistic and abstract designs. Her career in the art world was launched in 1969 when winning Kansas City Art Institute's Scholarship for her sculpture "Eunuch".

Margo is a nationally recognized sculptor, Margo's work is proudly displayed in many Naples homes, and her "gators galore" contribution to the Von Liebig art center ranked #7 in a field of 79 invited artists.

Margo's original art has been shown and sold throughout the United States in California, Ohio, Florida, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas and Colorado. She currently resides in Salida, Colorado.