While Marshall Harris may be best know for his life-sized (or larger) photo-realistic drawings of subjects using graphite on mylar, his practice consists of a much wider set of mediums including sculptural, painted and hand drawn elements. In his Social Media in the Golden Age series, Harris uses giclée on canvas and hand-painted oil to explore the jarring collision we experience between our modern technology and the golden age of Dutch masterworks. While Pondering the nuances of bark on trees uses resin casts of trees and telephone poles to emphasize textures we all see everyday and yet take for granted. Harris has a long history in graphic design, professional football, advertising, marketing and museum curation, which has taught him to see things truly differently. This fact is evident in every facet of his work. Harris’ works are held in many prominent collections including the HALL Arts Hotel Dallas and Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport.