Ann Marshall grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and earned her BFA from School of Visual Arts in New York City. She has worked in a gallery, illustrated an award winning children’s book on the Holocaust, and traveled nationally and internationally as an ethnographer and consumer anthropologist . Her fine art work has been exhibited in New York City’s Gallery at Lincoln Center. She now works as a portrait and fine artist.
Marshall’s work combines traditional painting and drawing and paper collage. All of her figure work is done by hand, using either oil paint or pastel. The collage work is similarly low tech, constructed with scissors and an ever changing array of non-toxic glues.
Marshall is currently exibiting in the group show “New Faces of Realism” at Arcadia Fine Arts in New York City. The show runs through July 10, 2011.
To see more, visit AnnMarshallArt.com.