• Adele Retter

    Adele Retter

  • Amy McCarthy

    Amy McCarthy

  • Anna Grayson

    Anna Grayson

  • Becky Nuttall

    Becky Nuttall

  • David Webb

    David Webb

  • Denise Orchard

    Denise Orchard

  • Des Maxwell Clark

    Des Maxwell Clark

  • Elisabeth Hadley

    Elisabeth Hadley

  • FG Davis

    FG Davis

  • Gilly Pitman

    Gilly Pitman

  • Jackie Wills

    Jackie Wills

  • Jenni Pentecost

    Jenni Pentecost

  • Karen McCammon

    Karen McCammon

  • Kim Freeman

    Kim Freeman

  • Lisa Class

    Lisa Class

  • Lisa Richards

    Lisa Richards

  • Loopy - Lisa Smith

    Loopy - Lisa Smith

  • Lorraine Gilroy

    Lorraine Gilroy

  • Margie White

    Margie White

  • Mei Lim

    Mei Lim

  • Miranda Garner

    Miranda Garner

  • Peter Stride

    Peter Stride

  • Pippa Todd

    Pippa Todd

  • Rachael Bennett

    Rachael Bennett

  • Ronald Dodd

    Ronald Dodd

  • Rosamund Woodhead

    Rosamund Woodhead

  • Sandra Lissenden

    Sandra Lissenden

  • Sashko Vranchovski

    Sashko Vranchovski

  • Vera Stride

    Vera Stride

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Margie White was born in 1947 and brought up in the outskirts of Liverpool. She attended St Philomena’s S.M and went on to the Hugh Baird College of Art and Design for 3 years. In 1983 she moved to Devon with her husband and three sons where she enrolled in evening classes in Life Drawing, Sculpture and Ceramics.

In 1994 Margie bought the Madryn Studios in Coombinteignhead where she exhibited and sold her work with other local artists and crafts people. Here she also carried out picture framing and art restoration and would have artists from all over the country and as far away as Ireland come to her to have their work framed and to purchase the original art on display. From the studio Margie taught evening classes to individuals and groups of all ages, teaching drawing, painting, picture framing and also some art restoration along with furniture restoration or whatever other skills she had that they wanted to learn.

In 2004, with her children grown up and recently divorced, Margie sold the studios and did some travelling. – Her great adventure!

 

Currently Margie, having sold her house, is living with her son and her family whilst she looks for a property abroad from where she can work steadily and concentrate on what she needs to do. Margie’s first love is sculpture, but with limited space she has concentrated on her painting and finds abstract mixed media work a more exciting, stimulating and expressive way of working.

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