Marilyn Parkinson Thrall

Education:

1975 B.F.A., Sculpture, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

1973 Assoc. in Liberal Arts, Manchester Community College, CT

Grants and Awards:

2006 New Boston Individual Artist Fellowship, Greater Hartford ARTS Council, Hartford, CT

2002 Designed and Created “Champion of Children” Award for the Village For Family & Children, Hartford, CT

2002 CT Women Artists 73rd Exhibit, 2nd Prize, New Haven, CT

2002 Canton Artists’ Guild, Sculpture Show, 1st Prize, Canton, CT

2001 West Hartford Art League, Harry Amini Sculpture Award, CT

1997 CT Women Artists 67th Exhibit, Jan Riviere Award, New Haven, CT

1995 Artist-in-Residence Mini-Grant, Plainville High School, Plainville, CT

1993 CT Women Artists, 64th Exhibit, Jan Riviere Award, New Haven, CT

1988 Artist-in-Residency Grant, CT Commission on the Arts, Canton, CT

1973 Design selected as Official School Seal, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Public Commissions:

2005 “Carolyn Brown Nursing Memorial Sculpture”, Good Samaritan Hospital, Dayton, Ohio

2004 “Women’s Auxiliary Memorial Sculpture”, Hospital for Special Care New Britain, CT

2003 “Jesse Provenzano Memorial Sculpture”, St. James Episcopal Church, West Hartford, CT

2003 “Every Child is an Artist Sculpture”, Canton Public Library, CT 2002 “Amy Toyen, September 11 Memorial Sculpture”, Avon Free Public Library, Avon, CT

2000 “The Spirit of Love, Loyalty and Learning Sculpture”, St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, CT

1999 “Sharing a Book Sculpture”, Canton Public Library, Canton, CT 1999

“Daydreamer Sculpture”, Cherry Brook School, Canton, CT

1994 “Joseph Soifer Sculpture”, AFL-CIO, Staff Union of CT, Rocky Hill, CT

Solo Exhibitions:

2004 “Joy of Art”, Hospital for Special Care, New Britain, CT

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