Creating paintings that establish harmonious arrangements of mark-making, tonal values, colors, and shapes, with an emphasis on theories of visual weight, define her well balanced compositions. Marsango enthusiastically employs proportional relationships, informed decision making, and spontaneity in her painting practices.
She is intrigued by interior design, seascapes, landscapes, nature, poetry, and music. Due to the intentional breakdown of shapes and forms, by the use of expressive drawing, the lines and colors observed in everyday life transpose into abstraction. Her philosophy of art is “Each painting is a new journey with a new meaning.”
Marsango has studied at colleges and universities in Illinois and California, along with extensive courses, workshops, retreats, & residencies with master artists such as Steven Aimone, Krista Harris, Nancy Hillis, Audrey Phillips, Patricia Baldwin Seggebruch, Ellen Koment, and Stewart Cubley.
She is a teaching artist at Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, Florida and frequently hosts workshops at Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Florida.
Vero Beach Museum of Art