Marilyn Artus is a mixed media artist based in Oklahoma City, Ok. She has been using the American Flag as a vehicle for exploration in her recent work.
Some of the highlights of Marilyn's art career so far have been Solo and group museum and gallery shows in Oklahoma, New York, Tennessee and Washington. She received the first annual Brady Craft Alliance Award for Innovation in fiber arts in 2011. In 2010 led an art making workshop at the Brooklyn Museum in New York in association with the retrospective exhibit 'Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958-1968'.
In 2003 she co-founded The Girlie Show, an all female art festival that had a ten year run in Oklahoma City that encouraged female creativity throughout the US. In 2009 Marilyn founded a branch of Dr. Sketchy's Anti Art School, a cabaret life drawing class that she ran for 3 years in OKC.