Modern Mixed Media with Marshall Arisman Digital Download

Modern Mixed Media with Marshall Arisman Digital Download

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Surprise yourself as you tap into a whole new genre of art making

Step into the personal studio of renowned mixed-media artist Marshall Arisman for an exciting look into the master’s unique (and at times surprising) process.

You’re sure to be captivated by this beloved artist’s intriguing methods and teaching style—bonus: you’ll laugh your way through along with this Marshall as he shares personal stories.


Don't miss your chance to get 2 full hours with Marshall Arisman!


Discover the exciting new workshop:

  • Find the artwork you didn’t know you had in you when you explore Marshall’s alternative methods in charcoal, ink, pastel, and oil.
  • Develop a deeper understanding of form as you learn to build a papier-mâché reference sculpture.
  • Electrify your pieces with this loose, experimental style that will forever change the way you paint.
  • Tell your story like never before—learn to use conventional tools in unconventional ways.
  • And more!

Plus! Watch an exclusive interview with this charming artist as he shares his methods, development, and the business of art.


Download your copy of Modern Mixed Media with Marshall Arisman today!

About the Author
The works of Marshall Arisman have been widely exhibited and can be found in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, and the New-York Historical Society, all in New York City; the Smithsonian American Art Museum, in Washington, DC; and many private and corporate collections. His graphic commentaries have appeared on the covers of Time, Harpers, The Nation, U.S. News & World Report, and other publications. He is the chair of the M.F.A. Illustration as Visual Essay program at the School of Visual Arts, in New York City.

SKU: EP4275

Author/Speaker/Editor: Marshall Arisman

File Type: ZIP

Format: Download

Runtime: 42 minutes