Jeffrey Marshall is a Gloucester based artist with a studio on the Morse-Sibley Wharf in East Gloucester, where he documents the endangered fishing industry of the city. He has a BFA from Cornell University and an MFA in painting and printmaking from the Massachusetts College of Art. He is certified as a K-12 Visual Arts Educator in Massachusetts, with experience teaching K-College. He is a lifelong educator, currently Adjunct Professor of Visual Art at Endicott College. Before that he was Associate Professor of Art Foundation at Mount Ida College. His teaching career started with Teach for America in New Orleans where he taught elementary school.

His New Orleans Drawing Project, a ten- year initiative to document the post-Katrina recovery of the city, was featured in The New York Times, Art New England, and Artscope Magazine. This work was exhibited at Endicott College, the College of the Holy Cross, and the Aspen Museum of Art among other venues. His series of drawings, Gone…Fishing, was exhibited at the Cape Ann Museum in the fall of 2018, and thereafter at the Jane Deering Gallery. This exhibition was featured in the November/ December issue of Art New England, and was chosen as a critic’s pick by The Boston Globe. His work is done on-site from observation, and for the last three years has focused on working waterfront of Gloucester.

Jeffrey is available for short and long-term projects, especially those that involve interdisciplinary approaches connecting art with other content areas. He is open to working with your program to come up with a process and product that is lasting and impactful. Other possibilities include portfolio reviews, lectures on art and art history, individual mentorship, or consulting on your art education program.

Fees are listed per hour and do not include travel and supplies.