Marie Peters

Odd Man Out
21 x 13 Monotype, 2020


My prints deal with the layering of both shapes and meaning. The layers symbolize the complex environment we live in while the thread imagery in my work represents continuity. Thread is a material found and produced throughout the world and throughout time. I find comfort in choosing a symbol that represents common ground.


Marie Peters works in a variety of media in her studio in the E.T. Wright Building in Rockland. Formally an adjunct professor for Lesley University’s Graduate Division she also taught Art in the Silver Lake Regional Schools.

Marie’s artwork has won many awards including two Medals Of Honor from the National Association of Women Artists and a purchase prize from the Danforth Museum. Her paintings and photography and works on paper are represented in both private and public collections at home and abroad.