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Nicki Diane Marx Edit Profile

jeweler , painter , sculptor

Nicki Diane Marx, American sculptor, painter, jeweler. MacDowell Colony fellow, 1975; recipient Adolph and Esther Gottleib Foundation grant, 1985.

Background

Marx, Nicki Diane was born on October 3, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of Donald F. and Ruth H. (Ungar) Marx.

Education

Undergraduate, University of California, Riverside, 1965;undergraduate, University of California, Santa Cruz, 1973.

Career

Represented by, Lumina Gallery, Taos, New Mexicorepresented by, Fred Kline Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Palm Springs Desert Museum, 1977, Julie Artisans Gallery, New York City, 1975, Phoenix Art Museum, 1975, Weston Gallery, Carmel, Calif, 1981, Kirk de Gooyer Gallery, Los Angeles, 1982, Rocklands Gallery, Monterey, California, 1983, Fetish Gallery, Taos, 1988, Fenix Gallery, Taos, 1991, Earthworks, 1993, Lamberts, 1994, Stables Gallery, Taos, 1995, Fred Kline, 1995, Sun Cities Museum Art, Arizona, 1996, Harwood Museum Art, Taos, 1999, others. Group exhibitions include Evangelical Presbyterian Smith Gallery, Santa Cruz, 1994, Lumina Gallery, Taos, 1994, Cafe Gallery, Albuquerque, 1991, Bareiss Gallery, Taos, 1990, Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, 1989, Jordan Gallery, Taos, 1988-1989, Stables Art Gallery, Taos, 1988, 94, Albuquerque State Fair Grounds, 1986, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, 1977-1978, Elements Gallery, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1977, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, 1976, Lester Gallery, Inverness, California, 1976, others. Represented in public collections International Business Machines Corporation, Milford, Connecticut, New York City, San Jose, California, Bank of America, San Francisco, The Continental Group, Incorporated, Stamford, Connecticut, Cedars-Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles, Farm Bureau Federation, Sacramento, California, Sherman Fairchild Science Center, Stanford, California, Palm Springs Desert Museum, California, University Museum, Arizona State University at Tempe, Mills College Art Gallery, Berkeley, California.

      Exhibited in private collections of Estate of Eugene Klein, Estate of Louise Nevelson, Estate of Georgia O'Keeffe, Fritz Scholder, Ray Graham, Bunny Horowitz, Sue and Otto Meyer, Burt Sugarman, Craig Moody, Paul Pletka, others. Subject of numerous articles in journals and magazines.

Connections

father:
Donald F. Marx

mother:
Ruth H. (Ungar) Marx