Mark Marchesi, Fowler Farm Road
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Mark Marchesi

Fowler Farm Road, Scarborough, Maine, 2006
From the The Town and the City series
Website - MarkMarchesi.com

Mark Marchesi was born in a suburb of NYC. He studied photography at Maine College of Art and graduated with a BFA in 1999. Mark's work has been exhibited in group exhibitions across the US and abroad. His most recent solo show was in April/May 2011 at Space Gallery in Portland, ME. Mark has been awarded two Maine Arts Commission grants to support efforts in photography. He currently resides in South Portland with his wife and two daughters.

Posted on Friday, January 6, 2012.
Editor's Note: This photo appears in Winter Pictures 2012 and some website updates »

 

 

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