Variations on the Traditional Ceramic Bust
On exhibit at the Aurora Hills Branch Library, November 2014 – January 2015
Marsha Brown grew up outside Detroit Michigan and moved to Virginia in 1980. She studies at the University of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and earned her BFA from the University of Michigan.
Although much of her adult career was focused in business and advertising Marsha has always painted. She now has a studio in Alexandria, Virginia and devotes most of her energy to painting and sculpting. She works with traditional materials such as watercolor, oil, clay and bronze and is especially adept at portraiture. Her work tends to be loose and free to express movement and color.
Brown shows her work mostly in the Virginia area and in Washington DC.
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