Martine MacDonald is an award winning artist producing works in a variety of media and subject content,
ranging from landscape oil painting to colored pencil drawings to the
construction of 3-dimensional mixed media work. Consistent to all the
work is an emphasis on process and attention to detail.
Martine also has
considerable experience as a teacher, lecturer, exhibition curator and
freelance writer. In addition, Martine spent close to
ten years working and assisting other artists in the area of arts
administration before returning to pursue her own studio practice.
In addition to her own work, Martine has
organized and coordinated community based projects such as Resurrected Voice: The Eloise Project, an
all media fine and performing arts exhibit, in which Martine co-curated, focusing on the 7000+ individuals
buried in unmarked graves in an abandoned field in Westland, Michigan.
A graduate of Wayne State
University, with a BS in Education and a MA in Studio Art, her drawings
and paintings can be found in local galleries, exhibitions, and in private and
corporate collections. In December 2008, Martine represented
Congressional District 15 as an artist-contributor for the Holiday ornament for
the White House Christmas tree.
WHITE HOUSE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT 2008 A RED, WHITE, & BLUE CHRISTMAS!
Commissioned and designed for the 2008 White House Christmas Tree representing the Michigan 15th District.
All images (c) Martine MacDonald 2010. Photographs of artwork by Martine MacDonald or Eric Law "Shoot My Art", unless otherwise noted.