Marjorie Terburg Anderson is a signature member of the Utah Watercolor Society, has served on the board, and exhibited in juried shows as well as state and county fairs and the Murray City Juried Art Exhibit. She has studied with many local and national professionals, and graduated from BYU with a BS in Education.
Marjorie’s interest in art began by watching her mother, a ‘fine china’ artist and instructor. However, she didn’t begin painting in earnest until most of her children were grown. In 1980, Marjorie created, produced, and sold a children’s game, “Choose a Way to Happiness”. Connie Neiman was the artist for the game board. This adventure triggered Marjorie’s further interest in art, which led to creating other children’s products. In 1989, she began painting watercolors exclusively, which she loves for all the wonderful and exciting reasons every watercolorist knows.
In 1994, her painting “House on Cherry Street” was selected by Murray City to be presented by Mayor Lynn Pett to Dr. Po-Ya Chang, Mayor of Murray’s sister city, Chia-Yi, Taiwan.
Murray Resident on Display Program
Murray Cultural Arts has set aside a central display case at City Hall for our Murray Resident on Display exhibit, featuring the work of a Murray artist. Our exhibits feature a new artist each month. Come see our amazing artists and their work! City Hall hours are Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm. Closed on weekends.
Sales are referred to the artist.
Upcoming Resident On Display Exhibits: May 2018: Marjorie Anderson June 2018: Alexis Merz July 2018: Jon Whitney
Murray artists! If you would like to be considered for our Murray Resident on Display series, contact Lori Edmunds via email.