Categories Archives: Press

Art Talk at the San Francisco Maritime Museum

I’m honored to be asked to speak about my art and sea experience at the San Francisco Maritime Museum on March 25th at 1pm.  I was invited by (and will be speaking with) Lauren Hartman, a talented artist and professor at Cal Maritime Academy. Please stop in if you can and check out the line […]

John McNeil Studio Limited Edition

  Edition 7: Martin Machado from John McNeil Studio on Vimeo. I recently completed this huge 38 piece installation at John McNeil Studio in Berkeley, CA. While I was preparing the work some nice folks from JMS came by for a studio visit and wrote up a little recap here. Check it out.

International Maritime Festival in Brest, France

I was honored to have the kind folks involved with the Teatro Container in Chile, bring my work to Brest, France for their Maritime Festival. (Click here for images and a French article on the event).  A large installation was set up showcasing some of my ink on paper pieces alongside the large-scale painting of […]

Juxtapoz Interview

I’m honored to be featured in this April edition of Juxtapoz Magazine.  The issue has Bjork on the cover and is on news stands now. Check soon on the Juxtapoz’s website for more info on the issue, here

Interview with the Live Free Podcast

I was excited to have a skype chat with Mike Maxwell for his legendary art podcast.  As an artist spending huge amounts of hours in the studio, podcasts like this make the hours fly by. But really there aren’t too many like this. Mike is an artist himself and is about as real as they get, […]

New American Paintings, Pacific Edition

I’m proud to be included in this years Pacific edition of New American Paintings! Lots of talent from the west coast, definitely worth checking out. Pick up a copy at select bookstores and newstands or check their website to order online while still available….New American Paintings.com

Clipperton Project Sets Sail

I recently posted a photo essay of a great adventure that I was lucky enough to take part in.  “The Clipperton Project” was a team of artists, scientists, and watermen/women from many different countries. We set sail from La Paz Mexico to sail over 1,000 miles south to the remote island called Clipperton Atoll. Read here […]