Sunday, October 28, 2018


Interested in trying to show the transfer of energy from pitcher to ball. This is made of 3/16 inch steel.

Steel, paint

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Save Notre Dame at the Pop Up 5:00 Saturday evening July 21.

I saw the call for art to draw attention to the imminent demolition of Notre Dame des Canadiens in Worcester. The pictures of the west facade reminded me of Monet's studies of Rouen cathedral. I just had to open up my oils (with pliers) from fifty years ago and do this sunset version.

 28ins x 22ins.; oil on canvas

The artwork that resulted from the call, including this, will be going up at the Pop Up at 20 Franklin Street Worcester, July 21 5-9 pm. Then at the Sprinkler Factory in August.

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Fuller Craft Museum Brockton Reception This Sunday at 2pm

We have an opening Reception Sunday July 15 2:00 -5:00 of the New England Sculptors Association show
at the Fuller Craft museum, 455 Oak Street, Brockton.  
Grounds for Play: Sculptures that excite the Imagination
I have a "Metro" installation in the courtyard.
Plenty else to see at a great museum, which is always worth the visit.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Painting occasionaly

Couple of paintings based on my "Shinjuku" process to produce visual confusion of moving objects:

Did this lion's-eye-view a couple of weeks ago:

"Zebra",  24 x 36ins acrylic on canvas

 and last summer did this commissioned for UMass Memorial Hospital, Worcester:

"Marathon" (working title),  approx 25 x 48ins house-paint on canvas

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Latest Outdoor Piece

Hope to have this out in public this summer:

"Care"; steel, pigment; 64 ins x 119 ins x 42 ins

I have had difficulty settling on a title that would not influence the viewer with regard to their own interpretation. I wanted to explore further the shape produced by joining two steel strips along a curved edge that I used in “Next Stop Shibuya”. The simple act of joining two simple shaped sheets can produce a three-dimensional object that reminds me of my times in Japan.  I also wanted to challenge myself to create a horizontal piece, and to explore contrasting planes with tubes. The resulting arched shape of the sheets suggested to me a recumbent person, the tubing providing support; I was reminded of the emotions provoked by “Pieta”. The contrasting shapes may suggest conflict or tension to some, whereas the composition may suggest the opposite to others. I would be happy to have this reworked in either stainless steel or bronze for a permanent piece at a hospital, or war memorial, and re-titled appropriately.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Recent Interviews

I have done some interviews in the last few weeks for local newspaper, radio and TV.

Here’s the link to the article in Blackstone Valley Xpress:
There is a tab for “Past Issues” scroll down to reach July 28, 2017 Blackstone Valley North. “Focus on Artists” is on page 18.

I did an half-hour TV show, on Upton Community TV on which, among other things, I described the process for creating “Distant” which is currently at SculptureNow at The Mount in Lennox. Here’s the YouTube link:
Can also be found on YouTube by searching for: “Be My Guest 08 23 17 Philip Marshall Sculptor 4611”.
Or found from Upton Massachusetts website under “video streaming”.

I did a one-hour live interview for Valley Free Radio September 10th. This was a result of ArtintheOrchard show at Park Hill Orchard Easthampton. This can be heard at:

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Two Outdoor Opening Receptions Sunday June 11 (Tomorrow)

I have sculptures in two outdoor shows that have receptions and tours with artist talks on Sunday June 11th. ArtintheParkWorcester at Elm Park in Worcester, and SculptureNow2017 at The Mount in Lenox. Each will make for a grand day out and a chance to see some great pieces of outdoor sculpture.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Take me to The Mount

Installed "Distant" at The Mount on Tuesday for SculptureNow 2017. Caused a few heads to turn on the Pike (one near collision).
The Mount, Lenox, MA, Jun 1 - Oct 31 (reception Jun 11)