Marian Pacsuta captures the world as she sees it. She moved to Florida in 2010 to be closer to the beach—where she draws inspiration from her own and others’ enjoyment in the magical space where sand and water meet. It is here that she joined the Emerald Coast Plein Air Painters and became an artist of 30A.
She was drawn to art at a young age, inspired by the creativity of family. She continued her endeavors of artistry through intensive studies with several of today’s masters, including Dan McCaw, Carolyn Anderson and Quang Ho; and she possesses an innate talent fostered through years of practice and exploration. An unique blend of impressionism and expressionism brings to life beauty and emotion. Patrons describe her work as lovely and painterly, expressive and loose, showing motion and emotion with wonderful brushstrokes and bravado.
Marian is a Signature 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 corporate collections, including Dollar Tree Corporate Headquarters in Virginia, and in private collections, most notably actor Josh Hopkins’ in California. Marian paints what inspires her; and although not a portrait painter, she will create some special requests or commissions in her style.