Edie Marshall is a Saskatchewan artist whose art deals with the landscape of ecology. Finding an unlimited and often overlooked source of colours, shapes, ideas, and images in the land around her, she creates large energetic canvases and small intimate ones as a way to describe the vastness and energy of a location, with its diverse and unique ecosystems. Her paintings also consider the environment, the history, and the culture of place, linking the past to the present to speak to the irreversibly shifting landscape brought on by colonization and agriculture.
Edie Marshall’s paintings have been exhibited in Saskatchewan, Canada, and internationally. Her work can be found in the permanent collections of SK Arts, the University of Saskatchewan, and St. Thomas More Gallery in Saskatoon, and in private collections in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Europe and Australia. Edie currently lives in Riverhurst, Saskatchewan, where she maintains her studio practice.
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