Marianne Sung

Artist member since 2021
Toronto, Ontario

Marianne Sung is a contemporary Korean-Canadian artist whose art is intended to spark feelings of magic and warmth while inspiring nostalgia.  Her works are expressive through the application of thin layers of acrylics as well as through the use of mixed media.  She is inspired by places and things in her current home of Ontario, her upbringing in Québec and from her travels worldwide.  More recently she is exploring the themes of belonging and identity.

Originally from Montréal, Marianne graduated McGill University with a Bachelor of Commerce.  She now enjoys living and staying creative in Toronto.

*To be the first to know about my next art release or for inquiries you can email me: mariannesung@gmail.com

**Instagram @m.sungstyle

***Represented by nintheditions.com for works on paper.



Favourite artist(s) right now

Matisse, Fairfield Porter, Jean-Paul Lemieux, Joan Mitchell, Emily Carr, David Milne, Frida Khalo

Beverage of choice

Sparkling water

When I'm not making art, I'm (a) ...

Connecting with friends and taking nature walks with my dog Bernie

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MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art), Toronto
Honest Shop 21


Gallery 1313, Toronto
The End

Esperanto Gallery, Toronto
Papier & Contemporary Landscapes


Leslie Grove Gallery, Toronto
Big, Bold, Risk & Opening Doors


Create Magazine, issue #27
Curated by the Tax Collection


McGill University
Bachelor of Commerce

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