|Patricia Bennet||Gavin Brooks||Claude Buckley||Osvaldo Colon||Gene Costanza|
|Judy Hintz Cox||Dylan Critchfield||Holland B. Cunningham||Melissa Dickenson||Cynthia Eddings|
|Jim Forner||Barbara Gruber||Judeth Pekala Hawkins||Helen Hilliard||Phyllis Hollands-Robinson|
|Robert Knudsen||Ben Marcin||Liza Hathaway Matthews||Carol Mitchell||Lat Naylor|
|Marian Pacsuta||Christine Picard||John Brandon Sills||Tremain Smith||Mary Swann|
Marian Pacsuta has always been inspired by life. In her youth, her home was always a wondrous flurry of activity. Her grandfather, a violinist taught by gypsies in the old country, performed with a stateside Hungarian orchestra while her father enjoyed playing Hawaiian guitar. She was also surrounded by art, most notably, Russian Impressionism. This culturally rich environment allowed her to express herself in a manner that intrinsically resonated dynamic flavor. Pacsuta still remembers her first art lesson. As her oldest brother, an artisan who >painted and crafted neon signs for a living, shared his creative spirit, he inspired her own energy from within and established what would be her destiny. This led to summer courses at the Art Institute of Philadelphia as a teenager, and then on to formal training at Pennsylvania College of Art. Pacsuta’s career began as a graphic designer for George Peabody College, in Nashville, Tennessee. Several years after embarking in this field, Pacsuta was invited to partake in a portrait workshop where she rekindled her love of painting. She then began intensive studies with several current masters in the art world, including Dan McCaw, Matt Smith, and Quang Ho. A member of the American Impressionist Society and one of the founding members of The Chestnut Group, Pacsuta is an award-winning artist whose works are featured in many private and corporate collections alike. With an enviable sense of wonder, Marian Pacsuta captures the world as she sees it. Be it familial influence, professional training, or simply the innate talent that she has fostered over the years, her unique blend of impressionism and expressionism parlays the beauty and emotion art enthusiasts crave.