Marcy Juran, a designer, photographer and artist, resides in coastal Connecticut. Formally trained in printmaking, drawing, painting, and graphic design, she currently works in design, photography, handmade and sculptural paper, and encaustic from her studio in Westport. She is an exhibiting member of the Rowayton Arts Center, the Ridgefield Guild of Artists, and the New Canaan Society for the Arts. Additionally, her work has been shown regionally at the New Haven Paint and Clay Club, the Bendheim Gallery in Greenwich, the Kershner Gallery in Fairfield, the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, the Westport Arts Center and at Beechwood Arts.

A graduate of Brown University, she also holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from Sacred Heart University, with additional studies in graphic design and photography at the Rhode Island School of Design, Cranbrook Academy of Art, The Center for Contemporary Printmaking, The Center for Photography at Woodstock and the Maine Media Workshops.

“...the ebb and flow of the tides,

the action of the waves or ripples,
the impact of light and fog, sun and sky -
all are subjects of great fascination
and wonder.

I am a lover of color, and nature’s
palette allows me exceptional latitude

to explore the spectrum available in our regional environs.”