|Education:||B.S. Art, 1973|
|Bio:||Ed Marquand grew up in Southern California but finished his last year of high school in Annapolis, MD. In 1970 he enrolled at Eastern, finishing his B.S. in Fine Art in 1973. Marquand returned to Los Angeles where he worked as a graphic designer and studied photography of artwork. He wrote his first book, a how-to guide for art and design students, and taught professional practice classes and seminars at California
colleges. Marquand moved to Seattle in 1978 to start a graphic design and photography business, which has evolved into Marquand Books. His firm of twenty designers, editors, and printing specialists produces books for dozens of art museums, architects, art collectors, and publishers. His work can be seen at www.marquand.com (Biography supplied by the author).|
Books By Ed Marquand
||Art of the Butterfly, The
||This book features photographs of expertly reproduced specimens at the World Insectarium and Butterfly Park, Singapore. All photographs are by Michael Burns with an afterword by Robert Michael Pyle.
||How to Prepare Your Portfolio: A Guide for Students and Professionals
||This book provides information for artists on how to prepare, organize, and present a portfolio.
||Devil's Mischief: In Which His Own Story is Told in Words and Pictures, The
||The devil himself is the focus of this book, which is a creative publication about Satan. It features original lines written as if it were the devil speaking in the first person. The book features photographs, paintings, and lithographs from many different countries.
||Beyond Soap, Water, and Comb: A Man's Guide to Good Grooming and Fitness
||With photographs by Marsha Burns, this book offers easy-to-follow advice on how to improve personal appearance. It covers topics such as fashion, skin care, stress relief, exercise, and much more.
||Hector Acebes: Portraits in Africa 1948-1953
||The author, who is the director of the Hector Acebes Archive, penned the biography for this publication. It features over ninety striking images in monographic form. Distributed by the University of Washington Press, the book features a discussion by Isolde Brielmaier comparing Acebes' work to that of other photographers.
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