Maxwell founded the Contemporary Arts Foundation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and was commissioned to create sculptures for Will Rogers International Airport in that city.
He has created murals at the Dupont Center in Irvine, California, the Security Life Building in Denver, Colorado, as well as the Dallas Apparel Mart in Dallas, Texas. The 60' x 150' mural in Dallas was a backdrop for the MGM film classic Logan's Run.
Maxwell is a painter, printmaker and sculptor, but he is best known for a patented printmaking technique which was named after him. Maxwell pochoir is similar to serigraphy; however, it uses a unique acrylic molding paste which permits work in a heavy, precisely controlled relief that can be applied to various surfaces, including paper, canvas, wood. This process uses techniques and materials that make possible a substantial relief element in printmaking (allowing for a much greater three-dimensionality than had ever been possible before in any printmaking medium.
Maxwell's works are exhibited in corporate collections and in museums, including the Dallas Museum of Art, DeCordova Museum, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Oklahoma Art Center, University of Texas Museum of Fine Arts and Smith College Museum.
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|Abstract Still Life with Bottles, 1964|
|Transition II, 1966|
|Shunning Color, 1967|
|Troika I, 1969|
|Portal, date unknown|
|Blue, White & Green, date unknown|
|Wall Piece, date unknown|
|White Sphere with Yellow, date unknown|