Pages by Peretti . . .


Beautiful Pages Are the Specialty Here —
  • Fresh watercolors of nature subjects, portraits and landscapes

  • Original acrylic paintings on canvas

  • Poetry pages: publication references, and books available

  Art
Marilyn is an artist, exhibiting nature watercolors, block prints, and ink drawings at The Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois, with the Nature Artists' Guild, as well as other venues. Paleontological art is another subject of her paintings. As seen above, cranes have become a special interest; she exhibited 38 pieces at the International Crane Foundation in Wisconsin, 2005. In 2007 she was "featured artist" at the fall exhibit of the Nature Artists' Guild, showing 22 paintings. Acrylics on canvas are a newer medium, including landscapes and anti-war paintings.

Barn Owl Art is a new feature.The many recent live internet videos of barn owl nests/boxes have provided an amazing opportunity to observe barn owls in their natural daily living behaviors. On this page you will find original watercolor paintings, to be framed. Enjoy their beauty, antics and caring behavior.
Near Future: Panda Bear Art! Watch for the young cub's antics in art!

  Writing
She is a published and award winning poet, with experience in journalistic writing, and will assist you with your text. She has designed and edited newsletters for six nonprofit organizations. The poetry page lists the book, Let Wings Take You, for purchase; also other publications and awards.

Poems of tragedies in Haiti and Japan express human strength and dignity. See this book, and order at www.blurb.com

Samples of her poetry can also be seen on her poetry blog: Peretti Poems Take a look at the calm blue setting of insights and fun in her creative poems.

  Publishing
Marilyn Peretti has also published her own poetry chapbooks and mini-books under the name Splendid Press The poetry page here lists the book, Let Wings Take You, for purchase. Some books include her ink illustrations. Most have been private editions and given to friends. NEW in 2012 is the book, To Remember, to Hope, poems of the Japanese tsunami sorrow, and the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
  Websites
After 8 years in creative web design work, Marilyn Peretti has discontinued this acitivity. This website now features her artwork and poetry only. Please read on. She will be happy to consult with you about a web page design, it's eye appeal, and necessary ingredients for success.
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For details and questions contact Marilyn Peretti.
To view a website which she designed, see the current site of Loretto Center in Wheaton, Illinois.