My first in-person show since covid
This weekend at Wheaton Village!
Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 2-3
10 am to 5 pm each day
Vaccinated and boosted, I'll be in my usual spot in the Events Center, out of the elements with fewer crafters inside to maintain safe distances. Please, please, please come see me. I've missed you!
In these pages you'll find some information about me – a few photos of my recent work to give you an idea about what I’m up to – and a schedule of shows (click here) where you’ll be able to find me this year. Click on the photos below to learn more about my line of Functional and Decorative Stoneware Pottery, Decorative Tiles, and my Clay Monoprints. You can also click here to ask me a question or to join my email list so you can keep up with where my work will be on display.
I'm also selling my tiles & garlic dipping bowls in my online store....
A Little Background....
Marsha was born in Tenafly, NJ on January 23, 1945 (01/23/45 for those numerology aficionados). As unique as her birth date, was her desire to be a visual artist. It became a focus for her life from the day she could hold a crayon…or grab a handful of mud.
She was so directed that she only applied to the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence (noted by many as the finest art college in the world). RISD agreed and provided the base and the tools for what Marsha does today. She graduated in 1966 with a B.F.A. in Painting. From there she entered the Royal College of Art in London as the only accepted American graduate student. Her paintings were well received and found their way into one artist and group shows in the UK, and in New Jersey and Pennsylvania in the US. The paintings have won a number of awards.
Since Marsha also learned to love clay as a medium while taking courses at RISD, she decided to experiement with her color and design sense - how it could be combined with the craft of wheel throwing to create objects that could be both useful as well as pieces of art in themselves. During that time Marsha developed many unique glazes and application techniques. She likes to think of her creations as "one-of-a-kind, three-dimensional, functional canvases." Her functional and decorative-ware, and mosaics are part of private collections world-wide.
Marsha at 4 - Knowing exactly where she's headed.