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otis parson college of art school of design
otis parsons college of art school of design (Master's)
Hello My name is Marc
I received my MFA, 93 and BFA, 91 Fine Arts from the Otis College of Art and Design. I have been teaching Fine Arts Drawing and Painting, Ceramic sculpture for 16 years at the elementary and college level to children and adults. My Professional experience as an artist has extended itself into Performance Art venues, Movies and the Entertainment Industry. I have received National Awards for sculptures entitled, ”Baby Block” and “Baby Lope” and was selected as a participating artist in the Sixth Taiwan Golden Ceramic Award Competition for teapot entitled, “Electric BabyTeapot”.
Recently 2011, I have been a featured Artist and juror at the American Ceramics Society Southern CA California Clay Festival at the Los Angeles County Arboretum. In 2010, I was a Master Class Educator for the California Art Education Association / all California Conference for which I provided new hands-on art lessons in Fine Arts subjects, Sculpture, Drawing, Painting and Ceramics education and instruction to a variety of high school and elementary school art instructors from throughout the State of California to be passed on as an art experience to their students.
Art Instructor and exhibiting Artist Hello My name is Marc
I received my MFA, 93 and BFA, 91 Fine Arts from the Otis College of Art and Design. I have been teaching Fine Arts Drawing and Painting,
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