Modern abstract, acrylic painting; titled Lost My Marbles by Marlene Burns a conceptual fine artist; mixed-media: Acrylic paint, airbrush ink, handmade paper and marker on canvas. Gallery wrapped, finished sides, circa 2009. Front and back signatures; approximate size: 36" x 36" x 1.5". Identifying with the abstract expressionist movement, internationally recognized artist Marlene Burns, offers an exciting and expressive body of work. She plays with color, edgy design and mixed-media to produce art that befits the process. Her large, gallery wrapped canvases show off her signature style of bold statements. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture and Art. Her paintings have graced the covers of numerous publications worldwide. She has been the featured artist of both print and online magazines. Marlene’s most prestigious exhibition was a 3 month display of her oeuvre that filled the walls of ASU Gammage at Arizona State University, honoring the 50th anniversary of the auditorium designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.