Marshall, John, b. 1936
Active in Edmonds, Wash.
Collection size: 2.0 linear ft.
Collection Summary: Resumes; scattered correspondence; documentation related to Marshall's positions at Syracuse University and the University of Washington; color renderings and drawings; photographs of hollow ware and sculpture; slides of work and of Marshall at work; transparencies; a 8mm motion picture film, "Granulation," relating to the 1977 SNAG conference in Washington, a VHS video recording, "John Marshall: A Point of View,(3y (B1995; and printed material.
Biographical/Historical Note: Metalsmith, educator; Edmonds, Wash.; b. 1936, Pittsburg, Pa. He studied silversmithing and design with John Paul Miller and Fred Miller at the Cleveland Institute of Art (BFA, 1965) and received his MFA from the School of Art at Syracuse University (1967). In 1965 he began teaching at Syracuse University, and between 1970 and 2001, he taught at the University of Washington in Seattle. Marshall also was a founding member of the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG).
Donated 2004 by John Marshall as part of the Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America.
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