A recently filmed documentary entitled the Life and Art of Malcolm Furlow, refers to him as a Renaissance Man: the quintessential cowboy, musician, and intellectual artist. He is an award-winning painter, whose accolades include the Silver award from the Sorbonne, and the highly coveted Gold Award from the world-renown Luxembourg Museum, Paris. PBS featured him in a documentary called The Life and Art of Malcolm Furlow, he was also awarded the Gold Award from the Luxembourg in Paris (an honor shared with Pablo Picasso)
As of spring 2007, Furlow has sold-out over fifty solo shows. Malcolm Furlow’s paintings command principal placement in exhibitions, philanthropist campaigns, and private collections around the world, including the U.S. Embassies of Morocco, Belgium and Beijing; the White House; CEO Magazine; The Smithsonian; Mobil Oil; Arnold Schwarzenegger; Samuel Goldwyn; Richard Pryor; Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush; Senator Hillary Clinton; Bernadette Peters; Wes Studi; Phyllis Diller; William DeVane; B.J. Thomas; Jane Goodall Institute; Darryl Hannah; Eiteljorg Museum; Jon Bon Jovi; National Wildlife Museum; Koshare Museum; Santa Fe Fine Arts Museum; Paul Clarkson; Coca Cola Olympic Pavilion; Make a Wish Foundation; NBC’s Today Show; Raymond James Financial Art Collection; Columbia University; and many others.
Malcolm is equally celebrated in the industry of Model Railroading. He has written several How-To books for Kodak photography, worked as a photographer for Italian Vogue. Malcolm has also written several How-To books for Model Railroading. His published articles about photography and model railroading are innumerable.