Nationally known native Ohio artist Chuck Marshall developed an early love and respect for the outdoors and art. Chuck knew he was going to be an artist from a very early age. He would spend hours each day sketching images of fields, hillsides, and animals that he would see while roaming the countryside.
After a short stint in the Navy he studied one year at the Art Institute of Cincinnati before before moving too and studying at the California Art Institute in Southern California. He has studied with various artist which he feels has helped him to develop who he is as an artist. His art career includes many years as an illustrator and graphic designer as well as his fine art.
Chuck has been invited to and participated in many national plein air events such as a guest artist for the Plein Air Convention and Expo as a field painter, Olmsted Plein Air Invitational, Atlanta Georgia, Door County Plein Air, Wisconsin, Great American Paint Out, in the Apalachicola/ Panhandle Florida area, Wayne Plein Air, PA, En Plein Air Texas, and Finger Lakes Plein Air, where he has won best of show twice so far.
He is a member of the Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters, Ohio Plein Air Society, American Impressionist Society, and Oil Painters of America.
Chuck’s work has been published in International Artist Magazine, American Artist Magazine, and Plein Air Magazine. He has won numerous local and national awards, and has also performed as a judge in many juried art shows.
His work can be seen at the Eisele Cincinnati, Ohio, Charles Fine Art, Gloucester MA, and Hayley Gallery, New Albany, Ohio.