“Continuance” at Coleman Burke Gallery, Portland, Maine, May-June 2012

April 22, 2012

Update: Continuance has been extended at Coleman Burke Gallery in Portland, Me, through July.

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I’m excited to be showing my sculpture, “Continuance,” an installation piece, at the Coleman Burke Gallery, in Portland, Maine, during the months of May and June, 2012.  The opening reception coincides with First Friday Art-walk in Portland; May 4th between 5-7 pm.

Below is text from the press release for this exhibition.

Titled “Continuance,” the piece is one of an ongoing series of sculptures that has its origins in simple, common materials—graphite and paper. “Central to this body of work is the theme of transformative process and accumulative cultural content,” says Marshall. “In much the same way that a beloved personal object accumulates meaning for its owner through possession, time and extended use, my desire is that these sculptures will resonate a shared cultural history, while also challenging assumptions about materials, objects, and the emotive sources of art.”

The Coleman Burke Gallery in Portland is located in the window of Port City Music at 504 Congress
Street. Learn more about Coleman Burke Gallery at www.colemanburke.com and about First Friday Arts Walk in Portland at www.firstfridayartwalk.com.

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