Marc Engle

Art Director, Senior Designer, Infographics Pro, Illustrator, Photographer and Fine Artist

Providing world-class visual creative work to executives, marketing managers, consultants, engineers and more, I help them perfect their brand, enhance their marketing materials, and grow their business. I deliver outstanding aesthetic integrity, a wide range of experience and knowledge, and a solid understanding of business needs and requirements.

My background includes over 20 years of in-house corporate marketing experience serving a variety of corporations and small businesses. Industry experience includes information technology, computer hardware and software, aerospace / engineering, financial, energy retail, manufacturing, wholesale goods, and home-building.

Below, you’ll find my portfolio blog, showing some of the thousands of fine art, design, illustration and photography projects I’ve created over the decades.

Recruiters, please note; I make over $120k, working from home, doing design and custom graphics for a multi-B$ international corporation, so please stop with the robo-email shit.

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Animas

Animas

I created this marble sculpture from early 2002 through October 2005. It stands about 4-1/2 feet high and the two pieces weigh around three tons. It was commissioned by Tom Lawlor of Longmont, Colorado, and is installed in his garden. It is the second of three stone...

Mad Owl

Mad Owl

This is an acrylic painting I did back in 2006. As is typical for most of my fine art, I created it on a whim just for fun. It measures 40-inches wide and 30-inches tall, and was painted over the course of two evenings. It's now in the collection of Chellie Hammack,...

Wire Nude

Wire Nude

One of my more recent pieces, this "wire drawing" is made of brass wire that I bent with my hands and mounted on a nice piece of custom art paper. The image the wire creates is derived from a drawing I did during a series of figure drawing classes I took in Boulder,...

Down On ME

Down On ME

A felt tip pen drawing I created when I was 17.

Caged Tiger

Caged Tiger

Felt tip pen illustration - approx 10-inches x 8-inches - created in 1979.

Dancer

Dancer

A drawing I did for fun in the late 1970's...

Fine Artography

Fine Artography

For several years starting late in the last century, I had a line of custom-altered photography I sold in arts and crafts shows. Unfortunately, I was never able to generate enough sales to make it a career. I actually created over 50 different images with this same...

Office Art

Office Art

Back in the early 1990's I worked for Jones CreativeWorks - one day, I created this in the front office of our first office. Just a bunch of post-it notes!

Lori Reading

Lori Reading

A custom-altered photo of my wife, Lori, reading while relaxing on a couch at a beach house we rented several years ago - I was going for a "digital impressionist" style. Summer 2011.

Sabre Cat

Sabre Cat

In the summer of 1988, I took a stone carving class - the instructor let us choose a piece of alabaster from a group of rough pieces, then instructed us on chiseling and filing. This is the piece I carved over the course of four weekends, without any preplanning, as...

Lee Anne

Lee Anne

Felt tip pen drawing of a friend - approx 1979.

Reposed Woman

Reposed Woman

Figure drawing exercise - black and white pastels on grey paper - pose time, five minutes. Size - 26-inches x 20-inches. Created 2000 in Boulder, Colorado.

Art Shows

Art Shows

From the summer of 2000 through 2007, I had a little go at selling art in arts and craft shows. Mostly, I had a series of altered-state photos of mine I called Fine Artography. This is a photo of me from one of the many shows I did - this one was the summer of 2006 in...

StoneHead

StoneHead

I made this in early 2014 from a small piece of marble left over from my Animas project. Carved it in a couple of days. It's mounted on a piece of Teak wrapped with a small leather rope. About 12-inches tall.

StarMobile

StarMobile

I created this mobile in late 2007 using brass wire and a pair of needlenose pliers.

Skiier

Skiier

This is an illustration I created in 1992 for Winter Park Ski Resort in Colorado. One day, I got a call from a Denver ad agency, asking if I wanted to submit a concept for an illustration for a project for Winter Park's National Sports Center for the...

Copper Bird

Copper Bird

This is the only remaining copy of the half-dozen copper bird sculptures I created during my time at The Sculpture Studio - it measures about 36-inches wide, and consists of hand-cut sheet copper, welded to a brass rod substructure - the color patterns were created...

Welded Metal Sculptures

Welded Metal Sculptures

Shortly after I started attending the Kansas City Art Institute, I went to work for The Sculpture Studio – a company run by Frank Andrews and Michael Drabbs. The Sculpture Studio sold welded metal sculpture throughout the midwest, and I was one of several people they...

Wire Mask

Wire Mask

Another of the many one-off sculptures I made during my years with The Sculpture Studio. As with so many of my other creations, this was created without any forethought or planning. Unfortunately, it's long since been lost. The piece stood about two-feet tall and is...

Chair

Chair

One of so many one-off art experiments of mine from early in my career. Unfortunately, this is a very poor photo, but this is a chair I created where the supporting structure is entirely of tetrahedrons made with welded, 1/8th-inch diameter steel wire. The...