|Biography: Contemporary British Painting and British Women Artists .|
After Marguerite Horner completed her B.A. degree in Fine Art in her twenties, she was offered two solo exhibitions, at The Mappin Art Gallery Sheffield and Usher Art Gallery Lincoln. Art historian and critic Professor Frances Spalding CBE reviewed these exhibitions in "Arts Review" writing "The intrigue of her work depends partly on the knife-edge balance maintained between painterliness and hard-edge photo-realism by varying the sharpness of focus".
She has since been exhibiting widely in Art Fairs and Group Shows, including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, The Threadneedle Prize, The Open West, The National Open and The Lynn Painters Stainer Exhibition. In 2011 Marguerite exhibited at the 54th Venice Biennale in "Afternoon Tea" with WW Gallery and in 2012 had her first London Solo Exhibition "The Seen and Unseen" at The PM Gallery in Ealing. The catalogue essay was written by Lady Marina Vaizey C.B.E. (former Art Critic for the FT and Sunday Times and a Turner Prize Judge).
In 2017 Marguerite's painting 'Church' which was inspired by a humanitarian visit to the original Calais refugee ;Jungle' camp was awarded the NOA17 MS Amlin prize showing 'Continuity in an uncertain World.
In 2018 Marguerite was the winner of the British Women Artists Award .
Marguerite is a London based artist and her work is in several international public and private collections.