MARC HANSON

Marc Hanson, Elevated, 36 x 36, oil on canvas

Marc Hanson, Red Tail, 16x20, oil on panel

Marc Hanson, Highland Season, 24 x 30, oil on canvas

Marc Hanson, Complementary Evening, 11 x 14, acrylic on panel

Marc Hanson, September Sky, 6 x 12, acrylic on panel

Marc Hanson, Hydration, 8 x 16, oil on linen

Marc Hanson, Silence Speaks, 6.5 x 9.5, pastel, SOLD

Marc Hanson, When Words Fade, 12 x 24, acrylic on panel

Marc Hanson, Fall Serenade, 12 x 12, acrylic on panel

Marc Hanson, Sparkle Fall, 18 x 24, oil on canvas

Marc Hanson, Slowing Down, 6.5 x 9.5, pastel

Marc Hanson, Winter Bridge, 6 x 12, acrylic on panel

Marc Hanson, Mid October, 11 x 14, acrylic on panel

Marc Hanson, Warming Flurries, 24 x 24, acrylic on canvas

Marc Hanson, Breaking Through, 6.5 x 9.5, pastel

Marc Hanson, Light Pole, 12x16, acrylic on canvas

Marc Hanson, Rejuvination, 30 x 30, acrylic on canvas

Marc Hanson, Hidden Creek, 9 x 12, acrylic on panel

Marc Hanson, When The Leaves Dance, 24 x 36, oil on panel

Marc Hanson, Deeper Shades of Night, 12 x 16, acrylic on panel

Marc Hanson, Cloudland, 18 x 24, oil on canvas

Marc Hanson, Spring Crows, 19x19, acrylic on canvas

Marc Hanson, Shadows Flow, 16x20, oil on canvas

Marc Hanson, Rocky Edges, 12x12, oil on canvas

Having grown up in a military family, Marc Hanson’s youth was spent on the move. After his father’s retirement from the Air Force, Marc’s family settled in the small northern California community of Loomis. After college, Marc moved to Minnesota where he lived for 33 years while raising a family and pursuing his art. Marc has recently lived in Colorado and Mississippi before settling down on Tybee Island, GA. This amazing catalog of place has informed and inspired his work.

Of his work, Marc says,“I have pursued a career as a painter for many years now. Along the way my methods, materials and focus have evolved. A naturalist at heart, the landscape is the perfect vehicle for expressing the joy I have for the world that surrounds me. My real interest and challenge as a painter is how to best manipulate the core principles of painting into effective visual statements. I’m most successful when I’m able to communicate that joy to the viewers of my paintings.”

Warm Springs Gallery

12 Katydid Trail
Warm Springs, VA 24484

Gallery & Cafe Hours

April 1 – December 31, 2022
Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
11 am – 3 pm

 

 

Ninth Annual Bath County
Plein Air Festival

September 26 – October 2, 2022

For seven days artists will paint picturesque scenes throughout Bath County. Visitors and locals will have the unique opportunity to observe artists as they paint on location.