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How many ways are there to interpret an idea, to present a vision? The artist Orr Marshall’s exploration of these questions is the subject of this book in text and images. He began drawing pictures, like most children, as soon as he was able to hold a pencil or a crayon. Just as he did when he was little, privately drawing the weird characters of his imagination, or together with his best friend drawing the “neat cars” of their fantasy, futuristic contraptions that could fly and attack enemies; so he goes on working today, although with new subjects and new media, yet still in the same spirit of puzzlement, wonder and delight.
Humboldt State University Press
Interdisciplinary Arts and Media | Painting | Sculpture
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Marshall, Orr, "To Japan and Back: The Art of Orr Marshall" (2019). Archives & Reprint Series (imprint). 6.