‘My Friend Al’
360 (W) x 1300 (H) x 1100 (L)
Lawrence Marshall was born in Melbourne 1939. his working life has been involved in agriculture and initiating innovations for agricultural machinery.
In 1994 he won the prestigious Victorian State Governments “Hugh MacKay” award for inventions related to agricultural.
Retirement has since allowed him to concentrate on the art of sculpture using recycled timber and steel wherever possible.
His personal styled sculptures have a refined technique that shows movement and expression, but always remains within the boundaries of realistic representational art.
He achieves a balance between mood and definition that appear visually and emotionally appealing.
For Lawrence realism is timeless and knows no boundaries, geographically, culturally or spiritually
He has been successful with private and public exhibitions and commissions to private and public collections.