Marjorie Forgues is a seasoned artist with over 20 years of experience in the industry. She honed her skills under the mentorship of renowned artist Robert Liberace for 12 years and further expanded her knowledge through immersive workshops at Studio Incamminatti, where she learned the intricacies of painting from esteemed instructors such as Dan Thompson and Danny Dawson. Marjorie’s artistic prowess extends beyond painting, as she is also a skilled sculptor, having contributed to the creation of notable monuments and murals. Her portfolio includes the impressive Teamsters monument, crafted in collaboration with sculptor Ray Kaskey, as well as various public and private murals, including the distinguished monument for the Boys and Girls Club in partnership with Byron Peck. Transitioning into decorative painting, Marjorie has left her mark on the cities of Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia, adorning interiors with her exquisite work in full finishes and Trompe l’Oeil projects.

Marjorie’s passion for art education led her to serve as an instructor at the esteemed Art League School of Alexandria for eight years, where she imparted her expertise in classical painting and sculpture. She also facilitated open sessions for students to refine their skills through live model practice. Her dedication to art education extended to conducting workshops and classes at various institutions, including Visarts, Yellow Barn, and the Women’s Club in Bethesda, Maryland. In addition to her multifaceted artistic pursuits, Marjorie is a proficient tattoo artist with six years of experience, specializing in black and gray custom tattooing. Currently, she channels her creative energy into her two studios located in Bethesda, Maryland, where she continues to explore the realms of painting, sculpture, and tattoo artistry.