The OMNI Art Gallery
Curated by Hilda Kron

The Marshall Arisman Exhibition

Enter the Marshall Arisman Exhibition
Enter the Marshall Arisman Exhibition
The paintings and drawings of Marshall Arisman have been widely exhibited both internationally and nationally over the past 20 years. One-man-shows in the North Americam Europe, and Asia have brought him recognition as an artist whose work evokes strong emotional themes.

Arisman's work is on display in the permanent painting and drawing collections of the National Museum of American Art, the Smithsonian, and the Brooklyn Museum, as well as in many private and corporate collections. His political drawings may also be regularly seen in Time and The Nation, on the Op-Ed page of the New York Times, and in other publications.

His original visual essay, "Heaven Departed"--paintings and drawings describing the emotional and spiritual impact of nuclear war on society- - was published in book form by Vision Publishers, Tokyo.

Frozen Images, a classical visual book on violence (personal, environmental, and media-driven) was published by Visual Arts Press in 1974.

Arisman is currently chairman of the M.F.A. degree program, Illustrations as Visual Essay, at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

For further information about Mr. Arisman's work, contact Frank Fedelle at The Museum/Masters' Collection Gallery, 345 West Broadway, New York, New York ( 212-947-4999).


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