Gallery 333, 333 Old Main Rd., N. Falmouth, MA, Arlene Hecht, owner and director.
George A. Marks Jr.

Spring Schoolie
"Spring Schoolie"
24X36 on canvas

A Keeper
"A Keeper"
24X36 on canvas

George A. Marks Jr. is a New England impressionist landscape artist with studios in both Needham and Chatham, Massachusetts. Born in Boston and raised in an artistic family (his mother was actively painting well into her nineties), he received his education at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. Working primarily with acrylics on canvas, Marks is largely self taught but influenced by the early American impressionists. Over the years, he has worked to support his art in a variety of ways including seasonal hunting and fishing guide, estate caretaker and government tree farm worker. An avid fly fisherman and outdoorsman, he draws his inspiration from his native New England which he says offers an impressionistic landscape painter an infinite variety of challenges. Past president of the Cambridge Art Association and a long time member of the Copley Society (currently inactive), he was selected to be included in the Guild of Boston Artists first annual juried New England Representational Painting and Sculpture Show. Solo exhibitions include Winstanley-Roark Fine Arts, Brewster, MA, Libby Museum, Wolfboro, NH, Stebbins Gallery and University Place Gallery, Cambridge, MA. Group shows include Guild of Boston Artists, Cahoon Museum of American Art, DeCordova Museum, Attleboro Art Museum. Two of the artist's paintings were included in the 12th Annual International Fine Arts Show, an annual exhibit of work from 40 of the top galleries worldwide. His work is included in many private and corporate collections both here and abroad.

Weston College Pond
"Weston College Pond"
24X30 on canvas

New England Pastural
"New England Pastural"
14X18 on canvas

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