Marsha Delouchery

About the Artist

Marsha DeLouchery was born in Berwick, Nova Scotia in 1950.  She received an entrance scholarship to attend the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design from 1968 to 1972, where she studied under such notable artists as Roy Kiyooka and Bruce Parsons. She graduated from the Nova Scotia College with her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Later in 1972, DeLouchery briefly attended the University of Saskatchewan and settled in Saskatoon. In 1975 she took a silkscreen class at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Ontario, and in 1981 attended a professional workshop at the Banff School of Fine Arts.

DeLouchery’s work has been shown in several solo, two-person and group exhibitions in Saskatchewan and other centres across Canada. Her works are held in corporate, public and private collections, primarily in Saskatchewan.

Currently, in 2008, DeLouchery is working on a  seriesA number of things or events standing or succeeding in order, and connected by a like relation; sequence; order; course; a succession of things; as, a continuous series of calamitous events. (The Online Plain Text English Dictionary)  of paintings she calls lampscapes. She purchases table lamps at Value Village for no more than five dollars and paints them in groups or singly. DeLouchery is attracted to lamps that have  translucentQuality of material which allows diffused light to pass through it.  coloured glass bases or ornamentation. She tries to capture the qualities of light created by the sun on the coloured glass.

Domestic Expressionism
Historical Fiction
View of Colour
Canadian Heritage University of Regina Mackenzie Art Gallery Mendel Art Gallery Sask Learning