Turtz’s work is very quiet, relaxed and unassuming,
so it reveals itself slowly. This is unexpected because
of the simplicity of the images.
But it’s all there: Turtz can really handle a brush; the scale offers an intimacy that supremely matches the winsome rhythms of the brush. Her panels are even
and hang flat against the wall, elegant and unfussy.
This kind of understated visual intelligence is not typically associated with traditional Maine painting.
The unspared elegance
of Marilyn Turtz
BY DANIEL KANY
Portland Press Herald