About MARIANNE HORNBUCKLE FINE ART 

Marianne Hornbuckle shared her life in New Mexico with artist William Preston, who died in 2015 at almost 85 years old.  Together they lived art for 33 years; she continues. They both believed art lovers deserve and value original art, and offered their works initially through Santa Fe and regional galleries (Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico), and Washington DC, allowing only posters to be made.   

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Marianne continues the art journey she began in Houston in the mid-70's. On meeting William  Preston and drawing him into her personal art-dream, they married and moved to New Mexico. A willing accomplice, William loved the Southwest and their home north of Santa Fe as she did . The art-life they shared, she continues to share on this website, at seasonal art shows with the Santa Fe Society of Artists, at the local art tour they founded in 1993, the Pojoaque River Art Tour, and at her home/studio/gallery north of Santa Fe, New Mexico. As always,

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