Marcia Babler is a Chicago artist creating fine art work in paintings (oil paintings and acrylic paintings) and digital photography including archival digital prints. Her fine art paintings and digital photography have been displayed in national and international fine art exhibits as well as local fine art exhibits in the Chicago area.
Creating art work is an important part of Marcia’s life. She feels an artist is a communicator – communicating moods and feelings through visual expression. "I use paint and photography as my voice. I want people to react to my art work - to feel something... to respond. That is why I am an artist; that is why I create fine art."
Viewers are invited to visit Marcia Babler’s online gallery and to learn more about this contemporary artist. All fine art work is available for purchase.
Marcia's artwork is featured on the cover of American Psychologist - Oct. 2011. Read about Marcia and her piece Remembering Vincent.
Contact Marcia for more information using the site's contact page.