Norman Orr

Norman starts his own story with his tenure with Bill Graham’s Fillmore in San Francisco.  But before that he got his start doing posters for Rick Jackson and others in Merced.
Artist, Craftsman & Fine Woodworker

Norman Orr began his artistic career in the 1960′s after designing over twelve Fillmore rock postersfor  Bill Graham.  But before that he got his start doing posters for Rick Jackson in Merced.

His designs and illustrations launched his career as a commercial graphic artist. But after fifteen years of partnering a successful graphics studio in Palo Alto, Norman decided to leave behind his office job and start his own company.

Today Norman Orr’s body of work is the culmination of  many talents including graphic illustrations, fine furniture and interior architectural wood elements and exterior focal pieces.

In other words, if you can dream it, Norman can build it!

A tear and a smile, Brookdale Lodge




  1. I host a weekly classic rock radio show where I only play bands from the San Joaquin Valley during the late 50’s and decade of the 60’s. The show is called “Dick Lee and Garage Rock from the Valley.” It airs every Saturday at 12:00 noon on KOOL 104.5 FM Hanford. I am looking for any former members of these 1960’s Merced bands that would like to do a “pre-recorded” 10 interview about their band and r-n-r days. Contact me at:Dick Lee (541-683-2263).

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