Extraordinary sculptures and paintings from artist Lee Marshall

Date
13 August 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

It’s plain to see that Lee Marshall’s artwork is a product of the digital age; his smooth gradients, vectorised objects and figures apparently created in an early version of Corel Draw all evoke the atmosphere of an abstract digital landscape. But Lee’s creations all exist in the real world as paintings, drawings and sculptures, bringing a unique physicality to environments we’d expect to experience on a flat screen. The Norwich School of Art graduate has been perfecting this signature style since his student days, but with an ever-increasing list of group and solo shows to his name we’re expecting more great things from Lee over the coming months and years.

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Lee Marshall: Bee-Yoo-Tee

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Lee Marshall: Untitled (Collage Construct 1)

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Lee Marshall: Collage Construct 2 (Shields)

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Lee Marshall: Knife and Bottle

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Lee Marshall: OO-MM

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Lee Marshall: Outdoors

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Lee Marshall: Soiree

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Lee Marshall: Untitled (In Orange)

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Lee Marshall: Watcher

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About the Author

James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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