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Enchanted Places And People - Paintings By Marian Berg

May 29th, 2019

Enchanted Places And People - Paintings By Marian Berg

O'Niell's Community Art Gallery at 3301 Juan Tabo NE in Albuquerque, NM is hosting an exhibit of oil paintings by Marian Berg. Included in the exhibit are southwest landscapes done "en plein air" and portrait studies of New Mexicans. The exhibit runs from 5/26 to 6/29/19. The opening reception and celebration are on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, from 5 to 7 pm.

Drawing On Health Article From Albuquerque Journal

November 14th, 2015

Drawing On Health Article From Albuquerque Journal

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DRAWING ON HEALTH
Nurse brings the ‘healing force’ of art to young patients
BY ROSALIE RAYBURN JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

The interconnection between art and healing has been a lifelong theme for Marian Berg, who recently received a Local Treasures award from the Albuquerque Art League in recognition of her work as a multimedia artist and her commitment to the community.

Berg has juggled a nursing career with a prolific output as a multi-media artist and in recent years she has combined the twin vocations through programs that allow her to teach and make art with children undergoing treatment at University of New Mexico Hospital facilities.

Through the support of the New Mexico Art League, Berg is the teacher for the Art Heals Project at the UNM Children’s Hospital for a few hours each week. She is also contracted by UNM Hospital...

Marian Berg Recipient Of Local Treasure Award

October 14th, 2015

Marian Berg Recipient Of Local Treasure Award

For the eighth year, the Albuquerque Art Business Association is honoring area artists who not only excel in the arts, but who have given back to their communities. This year we honored eight exceptional artists as Local Treasures. Marian Berg is a multi-media artist who is dedicated to her community. In addition to working as a Registered Nurse and spending time on her own art, she also finds time to help others. She has volunteered at the NM Aids Services and the local Rape Crisis Center. She also volunteered in Haiti after the devastating earthquake of 2010. She became interested in the healing opportunities art can bring to children and returned to school to earn an MA in Art Education. She partnered with the NM Art League to create the Art Heals Project and has provided art experiences for over 1,000 hospitalized children. Her glass work can be seen at SE-OC Right Brain Gallery. You can also view her creative process in this short video: vimeo.com/114067328.