Marjorie Moeser is a Canadian painter whose career spans decades. She studied Fine Arts at McGill University, Montreal, Ontario College of Art and Centennial College, Toronto. She has painted in Canada, the USA, and the South of France. She has had Solo exhibitions at the David Kaye Gallery, the Dignam Gallery, Women’s Art Association of Canada, the Ruth Upjohn Gallery, all in Toronto; The Big Picture, Main St. Gallery, the Unsettled Gallery, Mazlak McLeod Gallery, New Mexico. She has been in Group shows in Toronto, Santa Fe & Las Cruces, New Mexico; Galerie Imbert, Aix en Provence, France. Moeser was twice Artist in Residence, at the Mill Atellier, Santa Fe, N.M.
Currently, she paints in Toronto, Canada, where she has her studio. She is a member of CARFAC, a professional Canadian artists’ organization, and also a member of WAAC, Women’s Art Association of Canada.
Mainly a landscape painter, Moeser paints semi-abstract compositions. New Mexico left an indelible mark not only on her perception of landscape, but also on her palette and style. What was once a minimalist approach, became expressionist, more painterly, with a palette of riotous colour. She calls herself a colourist with a full spectrum palette.