John Marc Anderson has been a fabricator, an
artist, a craftsman, and a designer for all of his
adult life. A Washington, D.D. native, he moved
to New Orleans in 2003. His use of diverse
materials has always been a part of his life's
His art, however, is unique, powerful, soulful,
captivating, and otherwordly. Collectors of
Marc's work have described his art as "so
unique, you seek it out, waiting for the next
piece or idea that is going to be spawned,
because you must have it"...
Although a Washington, DC native, Marc has
lived in the New Orleans area for more than ten
years, and his immersion in New Orleans life and
environment is reflected in his subject matter,
almost exclusively bound to architectural
interpretations of the City's most iconic symbols
that New Orleans natives and visitors alike will
recognize and often revere.
Completely self taught as an artist, his use of
advanced technology, though not clearly visible in
his work, is ever present, along with practical use
of a variety of eclectic media, from vinyl spackling
to house paint, to wood stains, to acrylic, enamel,
and oil paints, even dental bonding compound.
Marc creates each piece, or component of a
montage piece, from his original scuptures,
almost always a wall mounted relief format. The
original sculptures are recorded using a laser
scanning system, and recreated in various sizes
using a high end 3-D printer, and he uses the
castings to create resin reproductions which are
integrated into each piece, and then embellished,
painted, stained, and "weathered" using
proprietary techniques that are purely Marc's
creations and formulas.
One of his perennial favorites by collectors is
Marc's iconic recreation of the classic New
Orlean's shotgun house, and a variety of both
monochromatic and color studies of these
beloved buildings are often a primary subject
matter found at shows and in galleries and
JOHN MARC ANDERSON
MIXED MEDIA ART
"Old Cemetery #1, New Orleans, Louisiana", Mixed Media, including styrene foam, vinyl and joint
compound, wood stains, acrylic and enamel house paints, dental bonding materials. This original sculpture has
been used as the master for many smaller castings and sections used in montages of cemetery themed pieces.
This one of a kind piece is available through the studio for $4500. SOLD, however customer orders accepted.
Reproductions can be purchased from $1200. Call 985 966 7000
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New Orlean's Most Sought After Art Is
Available At Select Retailers And Galleries
One of New Orleans most sought after local artists, John Marc
Anderson, has created a unique niche in the region's art world by
recreating some of the Crescent City's most iconic architectural
treasures from original drawings and transforming them into three
dimensional relief and wall mounted sculpture. His signature style
has been seen in many local art shows, galleries, and now can be
found in our portfolio of exclusive retailers, hand chosen by Marc.
Whether you're trying to find a truly unique Christmas ornament,
or the perfect mantle or wall mounted piece, for home or office,
his work speaks to anyone who truly lives and breathes the
unique soul and spirit of New Orleans. Marc's figurative work is
created by repurposing discarded mannequin parts and pieces, and
has been featured in many local publications and shows.
"St. Louis Cathedral #23", 65"x72", Private Collection
"St. Louis Cathedral Detail #14", 36"x36", Private Collection
"New Orleans Cemetery Montage #12", 28"x32", Private Collection
Marc's legendary Christmas ornaments
include interpretations of the St. Louis
Cathedral, the New Orleans Skyline, Old
Cemetery #1, and the beloved New
Orleans Shotgun House, all of which are
completely hand finished, stained,
embellished with goldleaf accents, and
signed by Marc. Each ornament is an
individual work of art.
"Awe Inspiring, Breathtaking...Capturing The Soul Of New Orleans"...
"The Neighborhood" Sculpture/Resin Casting, 2016
St. Louis Cathedral Detail Piece, Sculpture, 2013
985 966 7000
St. Louis Cathedral, 65" x 72", Natural Weathered Finish, 2013
Become A Curated Retail Partner..
And Offer Your Customers Art That Warms Their Heart.
Marc's extraordinary three dimensional
interpretations of New Orlean's most
iconic places have been dropping jaws
since he first developed his unusual and
complex techniques ten years ago. Locals
and tourists alike seek out his work and
are likely to become collectors. From his
soulful and haunting recreations of the
classic New Orleans shotgun house, to
his intricate and heart fluttering Crescent
City Skyline or St. Louis Cathedral
ornaments, panels, or larger scale works,
your customers will come back again and
again seeking that special gift or piece of
art to hang in their very own home.
Much of Marc's work is designed to be
pricepoint sensitive, so that customers
will always pick up an extra ornament or
small wall panel to have on hand for that
special someone needing a last minute
gift. Expect holiday sales to be brisk, as
his work always sells out as gift giving
Ornaments and small pieces are available
while supplies last and we suggest
stocking in early Fall so that the studio's
working inventory is there for you.
"New Orleans Shotgun House", Mixed Media, 24"x30"
Marc working on a silicone mold tray for a
larger shotgun house sculpture.
Assorted small panels for wall mount, mantle, or shelf, are among
the most popular for retail customers...a good on hand assortment
will consistently bring people back...
Marc produces large pieces of his legendary St. Louis Cathedral
elevation style pieces for home, municipal, and commerical
settings. Each is custom made in a variety of textures and finishes.
Assemblage piece, "Gold Winged Angel" , 2015. Marc's
figurative work is well known in the New Orleans area.
Shotgun Fridge Magnets, with velveteen bags.
"Old Cemetery #1, New Orleans", Mixed Media, 2012