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American artist, Marshall Carbee, has exhibited his paintings, mechanical sculpture and works on paper in one-man shows in cities around the world, including New York, Los Angeles, Paris, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Caracas and Tokyo. In May of 2004 over 150 of Carbee’s works were displayed in a one -man show at Tufts University. A prolific and gifted artist, Carbee’s work hangs in galleries and private collections in Europe and North and South America. He was twice nominated to Esquire’s prestigious annual register of Americans Under Forty, a list of young people who have made significant contributions in their fields. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire, Carbee graduated from University of New Hampshire, where he participated in the school’s first fine arts program. His studies there resulted in the formulation of his own curricular innovation, a degree awarded in the discipline of drawing. Shortly after graduating, he illustrated a children’s book, The Magic Board, which was a gift from his alma mater to the regional public school system. In conjunction with the Portsmouth Community Action Program, he also founded an art school for underprivileged children. In the 1980’s, Carbee co-founded the Pine Family, Inc. with Pine Ohashi, a production company that worked extensively with NHK, the Japanese public broadcasting network to produce documentaries focusing on international economic and environmental concerns and ongoing status of U.S.-Japan relations. A succession of mul