Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The Prowler by Marilyn McNish
G'day Mate by Marilyn McNish
Fishing With A Ballerina by Marilyn McNish
Two Boys and a Boat by Marilyn McNish
Bluenose II Sailing by Marilyn McNish
Farmers Daughter by Marilyn McNish
Panda Play by Marilyn McNish
Baby Jaguar by Marilyn McNish
Baby Elk by Marilyn McNish
Baby Duckling by Marilyn McNish
Baby Grey Fox by Marilyn McNish
Baby Bear by Marilyn McNish
Porcupine Baby by Marilyn McNish
Polar Bear Baby 2 by Marilyn McNish
Polar Bear Baby by Marilyn McNish
Baby Raccoon by Marilyn McNish
Baby Giraffe by Marilyn McNish
Baby Orangutan by Marilyn McNish
Baby Panda by Marilyn McNish
Baby Penguin by Marilyn McNish
Baby Elephant by Marilyn McNish
Shinny at Rock Pool Pond by Marilyn McNish
The Power Team by Marilyn McNish
Mountain Lion Portrait by Marilyn McNish
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About Marilyn McNish
Following many years in the corporate environment, semi-retirement finally provided Marilyn the freedom to focus on her true passion – painting. She now has the time and energy to dedicate herself to this art form, and has created a new art career.
She is a self-taught artist who paints vibrant and colorful paintings from photographs or memory, with her most popular medium being acrylic.
Recently, she participated in the Manitoba Art Expo where she displayed her artwork and created a themed art piece and video called, “Missing Children,” for the special Showcase Gallery for Human Rights.
She also teaches art classes from her home, displays her artwork in corporate offices, and participates in various art shows and juried events, including the Manitoba Society for Artists.
Her subjects and interests vary, allowing Marilyn to paint many interesting compositions, which she feels diversifies and challenges her skills.
Her artistic themes include local wilderness, prairie vistas, farmyard animals, birds, flowers, trees, winter scenes, wildlife, boats, planes, beaches, oceans, images from her travels, and various illustrations intended to evoke thought and contemplation.