James Bradley Marshall is a visual artist living in Brunswick, Maine.  His work has been included in exhibitions within Maine as well as in New York City and abroad.  His body of work includes drawing, sculpture, painting and photography.

In 1987 he was project director and co-curator of the exhibition Document Brooklyn, a time-specific photo-documentary about Brooklyn, New York, by 60 photographers created over the course of one week. Following that he produced and co-published several books of photography including Hong Kong; Here Be Dragons (a look at Hong Kong in transition before being returned to China in 1997), A Day in the Life of Thailand, and Planet Vegas – a portrait of Las Vegas.  His photography is also included in A Day in the Life of Israel, A Day in the Life of Africa, A Day in the Life of the United States Armed Forces, Jerusalem, in the Shadow of Heaven, and in New Zealand, the Millenium.  Locally he was a contributing photographer to the book Maine 24/7.  (To view online photography portfolio go here. )

James’ graphite on paper drawings have been included in shows at the Portland Museum of Art, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Icon Contemporary Art (Brunswick), and are included in collections both private and public. (Visit CV page for more details.)

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