Shows and Print

Marshall Dines was born in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, in 1980. He received a BA from Williams College in 2003, and an MD degree from the University of Colorado, Denver in 2009. He currently lives in Los Angeles where he practices both art and medicine. His work explores the interface between reality and abstraction using media as diverse as paint, pencil, light, and plastic. Drawing on his background in the fields of art and science, he attempts to challenge notions of identity and being through novel interpretations of human existence and the ever-changing world we live in.


His work has been shown across the country, at museums and galleries, including the Colorado Museum of Nature and Science, Theory and Practice Gallery, Denver, The Assembly Gallery, Denver, Phoenix Gallery, New York City, and the New York Hall of Science

Hors Ligne Magazine

Winter 2010 Issue


Theory and Practice Gallery

April Installation

738 Santa Fe Drive, Unit A

Denver, CO  80304


New York Hall of Science, Queens, New York

Art in Science

Through June, 2009



Given Institute, Aspen, Colorado

Art in Science


Colorado Museum of Nature and Science

Art in Science

Through May, 2007

-Juror's award for "Cell Portrait"


The Assembly Gallery

String Theory

April, 2005
766 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO  80204

Trampoline House Magazine

HEAT issue


Phoenix Gallery, National Juried Competition
June 2 - June 24, 2004
568 Broadway, Suite 607
New York, NY

Projekt30 online Gallery, Publicly Juried Competition
Visit the June, 2004 archived show at www.projekt30.com

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Lost in Transitions

August 24 - September 4, 2004
New York, NY  10023