Noted sculptor Gwen Marcus has exhibited throughout the United States and Europe. Her work is included in many important collections worldwide.
Critics have praised Marcus for her sensitivity and comprehension of the human form. Each figure is “powerfully executed and finished with meticulous attention to detail,” demonstrating her insistence on the highest degree of excellence and quality in her work. Marcus’s “ability to capture movement and emotion in her subjects, along with their inner and outer beauty,” is what distinguishes her work.
Marcus has received many honors and commissions, among them the highly regarded Gold Medal of Honor from the Allied Artists of America. In addition, she was awarded the Gold Medal of Honor, Audubon Artist, Inc, as well as The Hudson Valley Art Association Gold Medal. She is a four-time recipient of the Gold Medal of Honor from the American Professional League and has received the Centennial Medal of Honor and the Gold Medal of Honor for Sculpture from The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club.
Marcus is a fellow and board member of the National Sculpture Society.
§ Gold Medal of Honor, The Allied Artists of America, Inc.
§ Gold Medal of Honor, The American Artist Professional League, Inc. (a four-time recipient)
§ Gold Medal of Honor, Audubon Artist, Inc.
§ Gold Medal of Honor, The Hudson Valley Art Association
§ Centennial Medal of Honor & Gold Medal of Honor, The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club
§ Gloria Medal, National Sculpture Society
§ Certificate of Merit, The National Academy of Design
§ Who’s Who in American Art, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World
§ Fellow & Board Member of the National Sculpture Society