Lloyd Marsh, Corrective Cosmography, 2012, 36x24 inches, Watercolor on paper. Courtesy of the artist.
Lecture / Discussion | Coming Full Circle: with Lloyd Marsh
Friday, May 8, 2015, 6–7 pm
My Appreciation of Watercolor Presentation
International Center for Watercolor
Free with M&T Second Friday
Lloyd Marsh has delved into many mediums over the decades but always returns to his Asian sensibility using the media of watercolor. Using a broad brush, Mr. Marsh creates bold strokes, highlighted by connective threads. His abstract paintings are influenced by California land and seascrapes and have an atmospheric quality also found in Mark Rothko’s work. Mr. Marsh will discuss his search for a personal style with watercolors.
As a lifelong student of material culture and a graduate in historical museum work, Marsh began his career as an architectural historian, working in historical preservation thought-out New England. Upon moving to the West coast, his professional activities embraced architectural model making, architectural art and managing an architectural and design bookstore. Marsh pursuit of life in art has included; studying stained glass in Vermont, designing rugs in Oaxaca, Mexico and delving into wood carvings in Bali. He now paints full time primary in the medium of watercolor.
*Saturday, May 9, Mr. Marsh will host a hands-on watercolor workshop.
For further information or to register please contact Kathy Gaye Shiroki at 716-878-3549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or download the registration form on the BPAC website.