Sometimes art appears to be the byproduct of weird people. Yes, they are odd, strange...unusual. Out of step with the rest of humanity but walking among us. In this class, we will be exploring the aspects of ourselves that make us unique and using those beautiful eccentricities as a means to making 3D artworks. A wide range of sculptural strategies will be covered to help manifest a series of experiments to demonstrate to the world yet again that most interesting things are done by those who are following their idiosyncratic preferences out onto a limb.
Marshall Elliott received his MFA at the San Francisco Art Institute and BA degrees in Film Studies and English Literature at the University of Colorado. In addition to numerous Bay Area spaces such as The deYoung museum, The Headlands Center for the Arts, City Limits, and the Jules Maeght Gallery, he has shown work in Colorado, Oregon, Chicago, Nebraska, and Puerto Rico. He is an Affiliate Artist at the Headlands Center for the Arts and currently lives in Oakland.View Gallery »