Mary V. Marsh has been making art and working in libraries in the Bay Area since 1984. She received an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1992. She has exhibited throughout the Bay Area with solo shows at San Jose Museum of Art, San Francisco Art Commission at Grove Street, Berkeley Art Center, San Francisco Public Library Skylight Gallery and Mercury 20. Currently an Artist in Residence at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, California, she makes artist’s books, prints and collaborative work with Tony Bellaver at Quite Contrary Press, in Oakland, California. http://mvmarsh.com
The studio visit will focus on her book arts. Studio visit limited to the first 15 CSP members who sign up.
To sign up contact Susan Howe:
Email: Susan Howe
Subject: “Please add me to the attendees – Mary Marsh Event”
Mary V. Marsh, Just Waiting, Tabloid p. 6 & 5, 22″ x 26″
Just Waiting is part of the Reader series of linocuts of readers drawn while commuting. Printed on top of pages of a linocut newspaper, the subject and technique reflect on the changing format of media and our daily reading habits.