After yet another foray into the corporate world Marsha Clark-Lind took a ceramics class and was hooked. Her wheelthrown stoneware work is intended for every day use, to grace our tables and our lives with colors that attract the eye and forms that feel good in the hand.
Mixing her own glazes has allowed for a great deal of experimentation. The play of moonlight on a snowy meadow inspired her porcelain glaze palette. She layers white glazes with varying characteristics of translucence, opacity and frost, sometimes lightly misted with greens and blues.
Decorative works are carved with botanical designs while on her “border” pots are carvings that are inspired by the subway tiles and fantastical friezes of New York architecture.
If you would like to see more of Marsha's work, visit her artsicle page at www.artsicle.com/Marsha-Clark-Lind