Marcia Molnar | Contemporary Western Artist
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About the Artist

Presently, Marcia Molnar’s life is one of contrasts. In summer, she camps and paints plein air on the rim of Grand Canyon and at other times, she finds herself in NYC wandering through the Met, the MOMA and Central Park.

 

It is definitely beginning to affect her work.

 

Marcia explains, “I have never settled into one style or limited myself to one subject.  Having the opportunity to spend time in two different places during the year has encouraged me to try new things.”

 

“As an artist I find NYC to be as breathtaking as Grand Canyon at sunset and going through the museums, Cy Twombly’s work is as thought provoking as Edgar Payne’s paintings are beautiful. I can see things riding the subway or on a ranch that capture my imagination.”

 

“Perhaps it is being immersed in a life force so different than my own that leaves a lasting memory of light, movement, and color. The random experience has the power to evoke an emotion and then become a painting.”

 

“It is by remaining flexible and open that I continue to grow as an artist and a human being. I can’t wait to find the next inspiration wherever it is!”

 

Marcia lives in Prescott, AZ with her artist husband George Molnar. Together, they explore and paint Arizona ranch life as well as the Grand Canyon. Their two children have moved to NYC which explains why Marcia spends so much of her time there.

 

Marcia’s formative years were spent in her father’s gallery in Carmel.  She moved on to do commissioned portraiture for many years and then landscape.  Today she prefers to paint a combination of all her experiences, from ranch life to Grand Canyon to NYC.

 

Marcia shows in Mountain Trails Gallery in Sedona, AZ and the Broadmoor Galleries in Colorado Springs, CO.

Before the Paint Is Dry…

 

 

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Catch two below the hocks and then drag ‘em to the fire, Work ‘em slow and easy, lest you stir the bosses’ ire....

Portfolio

36 x 24 inches, oil on linen, SOLD This is my first canyon painting....

9 x 12 inches, oil on panel, $1200 sold March 23, 2012 at Cowgirl Up! Desert Caballeros Western Museum Wickenburg, AZ  ...

Daydreamin’ Ranch Hand 13 x 27 inches, oil on panel, SOLD at Mountain Trails Gallery, Sedona...

8 x 10 inches, oil
SOLD at Mountain Trails Galleries, Santa Fe, NM...

Hannah In the Collection of Darlene Meader Riggs...

7 x 5 inches, oil, in the collection of the artist...

It doesn’t have a name but it sits by my easel when I’m painting Grand Canyon to inspire me to use these colors....

Nothin’ But Grit SOLD @ Mountain Trails, Santa Fe Dust Up SOLD @ Mountain Trails, Sedona...

36 x 36 inches, oil, SOLD Click here to see Oreo In Progress...

8 x 10 inches, oil sold at Mountain Trails Galleries, Sedona...

28 x 28 inches, oil on linen, in the collection of the artist...

6 x 8 inches, oil
In Collection of the Artist...

26 x 33 inches, oil on linen Sold at Mountain Trails Gallery, Sedona, AZ...

30 x 40 inches, oil, in the collection of the artist...

The Molnars began spending more time on the ranches near Yarnell and Peeples Valley in Arizona, where they have developed a love for ranching life. ...