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Ulysses Marshall 

Marshall paints the things he values; family connections, the individual’s dignity and worth and the rich history of African American culture. He has developed an expressionistic style using many materials, such a newspapers, and magazine cutouts, cardboard and other materials to create the image. He uses color, line, shapes, and symbols to create the subject matter to formulate his ideas. There are stylized people, men, women, children and other icons that he has created for his visual language. Marshall’s paintings seem very intuitive and at times naive, but with further viewing you will see power, mood, tranquility, peace, sorrow, sadness and so many other emotions that make the viewer engage.

Ulysses has exhibited widely across the United States. In addition he is part of several public collections like Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture (Baltimore, MD), The National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum (Chicago, IL), Atlanta Life Insurance Company (Atlanta, GA) and King-Tisdel Museum (Savannah, GA), Corcoran Museum of Art, Evans-Tibbs Collection of African American Artists (Washington, DC).

Contact our office to check for availability of featured items and other works of art by this artist.           202.234.5112           intvisionsgallery@gmail.com

Langston at the Savoy, 2009, Acrylic on Canvas, 36" x48"

Mr. Black is Invisible Man, 2010, Acrylic on Canvas, 30" x 40"

Black is Beautiful, 2013, Mixed Media, 36" x 48" 

A Celebration of Life, 2008, Acrylic on Canvas,
36" x 48" 

Mojo and Sweet Honey, 2014, Mixed Media, 36" x 48" 

My Soul Deep Like The River, 2009, Acrylic on Canvas,
30" x 40" 

Ms. Bessie and the Message, 2015, Acyrlic on Canvas,
36" x 48"

MomNana, 2009, Acylic on Canvas, 36" x 48" 

The Bearer of Good News, Acrylic on Canvas, 20" x 30"