Born: 1951, Omaha Nebraska
Education: 1973, BFA, Colorado State University, Fort Collins

Solo Exhibitions:

2017 Peninsula Museum of Art, Burlingame, CA
2017 Vedder Price, San Francisco, CA
2015 Quogue Gallery, Quogue, NY
2013 Julie Nester Gallery, Park City, UT
2012 Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2007 Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2006 Julie Nester Gallery, Park City, UT
2005 Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2004 Robert Matre Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2002 Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1999 Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1991 Climate Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1990 Jeremy Stone Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1988 Jeremy Stone Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2018-2019 Dolby Chadwick Gallery – Women’s Group Show, San Francisco, CA
2017 Dolby Chadwick Gallery – Artist as Subject – 20th Anniversary Show, San Francisco, CA
2015 Quogue Gallery – The Annual Review, Quogue, NY
2015 Quogue Gallery – Booth 211, ArtHamptons, Bridgehampton, NY
2014 Matre Gallery, This Way to the Beach, Atlanta, GA
2013 Julie Nester Gallery, Five, Park City, UT
2012 Julie Nester Gallery, Summer Show, Park City, UT
2010 Julie Nester Gallery, Figures, Park City, UT
2009 The Art of Play, Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2009 Mina Dresden Gallery, The Artists of ZYZZYVA, San Francisco, CA
2008 Julie Nester Gallery, Moving Pictures, Park City, UT
2007 Dolby/Chadwick Gallery, 10th Anniversary Show, San Francisco, CA
2006 Bank of America, Curator: Jan Casey, San Francisco, CA
2005 Robert Matre Gallery, The December Show, Atlanta, GA
2004 Julie Nester Gallery, Opening Group Show, Park City, UT
2003 Robert Matre Gallery, Postures: Concerning the Human Figure, Atlanta, GA
2003 San Diego Art Institute, 45th Annual International Exhibition, San Diego, CA
2001 Beth Urdang Gallery, Boston, MA
2000 Monterey Museum of Art, At the Millennium: Contemporary Paintings, Monterey, CA
1998 Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1998 Tercera Gallery, Spring Portfolio Show, Palo Alto, CA
1987 Stephen Haller Fine Art, New York City, NY

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Women’s Group Show
Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco, CA
December 6, 2018 – January 26, 2019

Joined MAC Fine Art Galleries, Florida, Aug. 2018
MAC Fort Lauderdale, FL
MAC Jupiter, FL

New Studio
Marshall’s Studio moved from San Francisco to Alameda, CA
December 1, 2017

Selections from the Beach Series 2005 – 2016
Peninsula Museum of Art
August 20 – October 29, 2017

Artist as Subject – 20th Anniversary Show
Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco
July 15 – August 31, 2017

Marshall Crossman, Solo Show
Vedder Price, San Francisco
April / May / June 2017

Water’s Edge, Solo Show
Quogue Gallery, Quogue, New York
August 20 – September 18, 2015

ArtHamptons Art Fair
Quogue Gallery, Booth 211
July 2 – 5, 2015

Reunion, Solo Show
Julie Nester Gallery, Park City, Utah
June 28 – July 23, 2013

Artist-in-Residence, Obras Center
Herdade da Marmeleira,
 Evoramonte, Portugal
August 2008, July 2010, July 2013

Big Water, Solo Show
Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco
September 6-29, 2012

Big Water Catalogue

Essay by DeWitt Cheng
Available for purchase, contact Marshall
August 2012

Class Action, Solo Show
Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco
October 4-27, 2007

Class Action Catalogue
Produced by Dolby Chadwick Gallery
Available for purchase, contact DCG
Essay by Jonathon Keats
October 2007

Painting the Abstract Figure: Master Artist Workshop
Teaching Painting Studio Class
Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, Florida
March 5-9, 2007

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Reviews & Articles

“At the bottom edge the curls of fractured color zig and zag five or six times in one deft stroke—these are the pleasures of watching a virtuoso in action .”

– Charles A. Riley II, “Sea Fever in Two Exhibitions at the Quogue Gallery”, Hamptons Art Hub, September, 2015  read the article

“…she paints abstract figures informed by motion, water and emotion.”  

– Quogue Gallery Debuts at ArtHamptons, Hamptons Art Hub, July, 2015  read the article

“…allowing the paint gesture tell the story rather than realistically rendering the face.”  

– Scott Iwasaki,
 Reunion Park Record, Park City, Utah, July, 2013  read the article

“…explorations of “the tension of the horizon, light, and weather in an abstract context.”  

– Frances Malcom,
 Big Water, Press Release, September, 2012   read article

“I am not trying to freeze reality like a camera. I want the figures to move in the water.”   

– DeWitt Cheng,
 Big Water, Catalogue Essay, July, 2012  read article

“Crossman’s treatment of her subject invites psychological consideration,”  

– Jonathon Keats,
 Class Action, Catalogue Essay, October, 2007   read article

“…she herself is riding a fine line between reality and abstraction.”  

– Kate Pappas, 
24SEVEN, June 29-July 5, 2006   read article

“In each painting she wanders through many stages of paint action and destruction…” 

Artville, Julie Nester Gallery Presents,
  July 1-26, 2006   read article

“…the grid creates a constant tension between the individual and the group.”  

– Erica Rheinschild, “W Hotel Artist Profile,”
W Hotel Magazine, September, 2002, p. 12   read article

“…she reinvents the class picture and transforms it into a kind of anti-portrait…”  

– Alicia Miller, “Marshall Crossman at Dolby Chadwick Gallery,”
Artweek, March, 1999   
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“Crossman is interested in portraying the psychology of motion,”  

– Anne Telford, “Art,” 
Northern California Home & Garden, December, 1988, p. 30-31   read article

“This theme licenses her flashy brushwork and translucent color.”  

– Kenneth Baker,  “Art With Overtones of Terror, Torture and Violence,” 
SF Chronicle, July 20, 1987, p. 52   
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“Her style is physical, these are not timid paintings.”  

– Anne Telford, “Artist’s Profile”,
 April, 1990   
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