Marjorie Scholl is an American painter interested in depicting human relationships to our changing Earth. Through engaged portraiture and visual storytelling, she examines complex social issues and shifting landscapes to challenge systemic inequalities and explore experiences of belonging.
Marjorie’s work has been exhibited throughout Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. She has created murals in public and private settings. She also teaches dance and has organized numerous performances with the youth of her community. Originating from the San Francisco Bay Area, she now lives in Homer, Alaska with her husband and their three wonderful children.