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Marianne Glick is President of Glick Training Associates Inc., a firm she founded in 1986 to provide training and consulting services that positively impact organizational effectiveness. She also serves on the board of directors for the Eugene & Marilyn Glick Foundation, the Gene Glick Company, the Central Indiana Community Foundation, United Way of Central Indiana, Women’s Fund and Ball State University.
Looking for a way to positively approach the winter months, Marianne began painting in
Experimental Watermedia/ Sandy Ezell; Watercolor Florals/Birgit O’Connor; Great Starts, Great Finishes/ Pat Dews; Abstract Expressionists Mind/ Joe DiGuilio; Experimenting in Texture and Watermedia with Mary Ann Beckwith; Abstract and Non-Objective Painting with Shirley Despot at the Indianapolis Art Center; Mixed Media and Collage/Carrie Burns Brown & Sherry O’Neill.
Watercolor Society of Indiana, National Watercolor Society, International Society of Acrylic Painters, International Society of Experimental Artists, Southside Art Leage of Indiana, Bloomington Watercolor Society, Palm Beach Watercolor Society
International Society of Acrylic Painters – Tampa Chapter, merchandise award November 2009 Marianne’s paintings have been accepted in juried competitions sponsored by the Hoosier Salon, California Art Day, Indianapolis Art Center, International Society of Acrylic Painters, International Society of Experimental Artists, Midwest Abstract National Exhibit, Watercolor Society of Indiana
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