Cork Marcheschi is a San Francisco native who has been involved in fine arts and music for over 40 years. He has taught sculpture, critical studies and art history at the University of California at Berkley, the San Francisco Art Institute and the Minneapolis College of Art.
He has had over 130 solo art exhibitions throughout the world. He has 50 public sculptures scattered about the American landscape. He has collected and studied Art Deco and Art American and European Art pottery for 35 years.
Cork received his MFA from California College of Arts & Crafts in 1970. After college, he taught at Minneapolis College of Art from 1970-1983, the University of California at Berkeley 1987-1989, and at San Francisco Art Institute 1987-1992.
Cork Marcheschi’s first public commission was for the City of Seattle, Washington in 1980. Since then he has installations throughout the US and also in Hong Kong and Singapore.