Marjorie Kaye

Artist Marjorie Kaye

Marjorie Kaye resides in the city of North Adams, MA, where the quiet beauty influences her forms and process. Her artwork is an exploration of opposites: form and color; organic and geometric; precision and chaos. Colorful and bold, her sculpture and gouache paintings are kinetic and energetic. Her artwork has been reviewed in many publications including the Boston Globe and ArtScope Magazine, the Boston Voyager, and the Metapsychosis Journal. Her artwork has been shown extensively both locally and nationally, including galleries such as Galatea Fine Art in Boston, Walter Wickiser Gallery in Chelsea, NYC, Atlantic Works Gallery in East Boston, Hess Gallery at Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA, Boston CyberArts Gallery, and most recently at Installation Space and Future Lab(s) Gallery in North Adams, MA. She is a 2016 recipient of the Lillian Orlowsky/William Freed Foundation Grant from the Provincetown Art Center and Museum as well as a finalist in the 2018 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship awards in Painting.

Kaye is also the Founder and soon to be Director Emeritus of Galatea Fine Art in Boston, MA, a large artist-run gallery featuring over 50 artists from Boston and beyond.  Some past projects also include the origination and curations of the web-based Caladan Gallery, which ran for 10 years and exhibited hundreds of artists from all over the world, and the Lawrence, MA Gallery 181, whose curated exhibitions enhanced the community with the inclusion of local, national, and international artists.  She is also the Western Massachusetts correspondent for ArtScope Magazine, covering gallery and museum exhibitions in the Berkshires area, as well as Art Basel Miami for the 2022 edition of the event. 

portfolio.jpg View Marjorie's artwork in the 2023 exhibit Chuffed Up!