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Marian Gizzi-Haynes

  • 1668 Old Lewisburg Hwy
  • Columbia, TN 38401
  • Overview

    Marian has been involved in the arts since age seven, training as a ballet dancer in her formative years, attended School of the Arts in Purchase, NY, later performing with Princeton Ballet Company in NJ, NYC and Canada. She continued six more years of education and graduated as Doctor of Chiropractic. Her intense physical training and comprehensive study of anatomy evolved into a cumulative life exploration of human form and movement through her painting over the last decade. She refined her visual works in figurative studies, landscapes, still life, and portraits with pastel, oils, watercolor, and sculpting. Dr. Haynes is a self-taught artist and breast cancer survivor. Her work displays intuitive feeling, breath and insight acquired only through hardship and pain which has culminated in a strong sense life, light, composition and color. “Applying natural talent takes persistent constructive work over a long period of time. As I change, my artistic voice changes. And with any artistic expression or process, you go as far and as deep as your love goes.”. She enjoys exploring different genres working from life, and photographs, and plein air. Her work is sold through private sale. Volunteer Work Includes Development of: 2013 - *Arts in the Park, Maury County Park and Recreation – Fine Arts and Fine Crafts including music venue 2014 - *Arts Alive – Live painting event on Fridays for the month of February at First Farmers and Merchant Bank *Chalk Arts Festival – Downtown Square, Columbia, Tn: Partnered with 2 Non-profit organizations and embraced Boys and Girls Club, Boys and Girl Scouts of America and Maury County Schools. *Launched Non-profit Arts Organization *Partnered with Columbia Main Street to develop art banners located on Riverwalk and South Main. *Developed 'Art from the Heart' event at Columbia State Community College. *On a national collective front, linked Maury County to the nation by establishing an official proclamation by the county mayor recognizing October as National Arts and Humanities Month for Maury County, Tn. 2017 – *Launched WonderfunDesigns Greeting Card company and Gizzi Cards *Exhibited work at Columbia State Community College with NASA's traveling show, 'Light Beyond the Bulb'.