114 North Prince Street, Lancaster, PA, 17603
Marlin was educated at the Pennsylvania School of Art and Design in Marietta, Pa and has worked as an Artist and Architectural Illustrator for over twenty years. He lives and works in Lancaster City, painting in a fourth floor studio of the former Keppel Candy factory building located on the 300 block of North Queen Street, downtown. His work has been exhibited at Demuth Foundation, Lancaster Museum of Art and Art on the Farm.
“My work is about the process. A process full of both spontaneous emotion and calculated precision; whether through repetition, manipulation, or the combination of disparate themes, what emerges is the result. When people view my work I want them to see a record of my process, my act of creating, not just the final product. I truly discover myself here within the process.”