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   artist statement


Movement and mystery are elements, among a myriad of elements that I am inclined to explore in my relationship to all of life. How it exists in nature, people, animals, earth, the elements, the mind the heart, and the spirit.


Painting affords me the opportunity to spend more focused, detailed and intimate time with the subject i'm working on.  So that for me the experience with that subject is greatly enriched.


It's my hope that my experience is transmitted through my work, and that it becomes a shared experience with the viewer.  It's a means of becoming one with my fellows, and hopefully my fellows with me, and with each other. It seems to me that all the arts are a means of communicating with the world at large. 



Jadite Gallery                                February 2018

Argo Tea Cafe  (26st & 7th ave)   October 2018 - 2019

Chashama Gallery                         2/18/2019 - 3/31/2019

                                                        June 24th -  July 18th 2016

13th Street Repertory Theatre     June 6 – June 30 2016

Margaret Palca Bakes    Red Hook, Bklyn  June 2016 - January 2018

Sovereign/Santander Bank          January – September 2013

Druids - 50th st and 10th ave.      July 2011, July 2012

Sovereign Bank                             November 2010 - January 2011



CFAL (art on loan)                         3/2019 - 3/2020

POE CENTER (2 person show)    March 2019

B.W.A.C.  Spring, Summer,  Fall  2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

CCCP Northlight Gallery (bushwick Brooklyn)  October 2012

Artists In The Kitchen  (hells kitchen group show)    2010



Art Students League     

Naomi Campbell, Frederick Wong, Knox Martin, Paul Ching Bor,

Costa Vavagiakis


New School University  

Keith Miller, Nuno Campos, John Silver, Susan Cottle, Laura Sue Phillips



Marcia Haufrecht was fortunate to have been born, bred and buttered in Manhattan, NYC.


She graduated Performing Arts High School in 1954 as a dancer and proceeded to perform on Broadway and touring Broadway shows in the U.S.


Marcia moved on from there to acting in theatre, film and t.v.

After years as an actress she added playwriting, directing and teaching in New York, Australia, Austria, and Portugal.


She came to painting late in life.  At the age of 70, while teaching master acting classes at The New School University, she decided to take classes herself and enrolled in an oil painting class. 

In 2018 Marcia wrote and directed a short film “Full Moon and High Tide in the Ladies Room (35 minutes) which is currently showing in a number of film festivals.


Marcia continues studying, painting and showing in New York.


She is a member of The Actors Studio, Ensemble Studio Theatre and The Art Students League


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cell: 646 662-2021

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