Mark’s sculpture Hero was mentioned in an article in the Boston Globe Art Section which covered the exhibition ‘Best in Show’ at the Lanoue Gallery of Boston. ‘Best in Show’ featured artistic works representing various canine breeds, aka ‘dogs’, and was a benefit for the MSPCA and Angell Memorial Veterinary Hospital.
A Delightful Utah Mountain House Full of Playful Patterns: designer, Anthony Baratta. Mark's Big Red Rooster was acquired for inclusion in this stunning makeover of a Utah home, placed on the mantel just above the living room fireplace.
A Rhode Island vacation home featured in Dwell Magazine includes an 80 inch long silver bluefish by sculptor Mark A. Perry.
Featured across 6 beautiful pages in the Winter 2016 issue of Equestrian Quarterly (now EQ Living) is the work of Mark A. Perry.
Mark's Great Dane Crimper was featured in a room at the Richmond Symphony's Designer Showhouse by Washington D.C. interior designer Mary Douglas Drysdale.
Mark's figure 'Naughty Boy' strikes a cord as one of two figures installed in the lobby of the five star Setai Hotel on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Online article: The Sculpture of American Folk Artist, Mark A. Perry, written by Marisa Marcantonio.
Mark's work 'Naughty Boy' once again referenced by the press in writing about the five star Setai Hotel on Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Mark's work was included in the 2010 Richmond Symphony Designer Showhouse, room by well known Washington DC designer, Mary Douglas Drysdale. Article by Jura Koncius.
Mark's California Peacock was chosen as the only image on the front of the Smithsonian Craft Show's invitation card in 2011. This was Mark's first time exhibiting at this prestigious show.