A South Georgia born artist who lives and creates art in Jacksonville, Florida for the past 30 years. A military wife for many years, Marsha has traveled around the world and most of her art captures these experiences and the people she has met. Marsha is an artist who loves creating art and her artwork defines who she is and what she is passionate about. The vast majority of her art is painting and people of color is her subject matter. Acrylic, oils, and sometimes wood is her preferred medium.
Marsha has a variety of techniques when it comes to creating art. An artist whose work is in many private collections enjoys experimenting with colors, and different mediums to keep her viewers excited.
Marsha has often competed in art contest where she has placed in every category. She has recently been awarded her second Art Venture Grant from The Community Foundation.
Marsha received her Bachelors of Art degree from Albany State University. A member of Hopewell, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. founding and current board member of Jacksonville Cultural Development Corporation formerly (JCAAA) and The Art Center Cooperative, Inc.