All Pottery is made at My Studio Overlooking Cotton Lake.  The setting provides a lot of inspiration for creativity.  Though most of what I produce is functional pottery, my passion is sculpting and entering my artwork in competition.  2017 was a successful year for me.  First came the Regional Spring Show in Baytown; then came the Texas City Art Festival; then came the Lone Star Art Guild Regional Art Convention's Competition, then the Baytown City Art Competition. 

"Within Our Habitat", May 1 - June 5, 2019, Art Center of Baytown, 110 W. Texas Avenue, Baytown, Texas 77523

This exhibit is a collection of photographs reflecting our estuarine habitat, its creatures, environment and settings. There are also some pots that were glazed with the ashes of Hurricane Ike and some crystalline pots that remind me of the surrounding water. 

Lone Star Art Guild Convention Art Competition, June 2017, over 500 entries from 17 different art organizations within a 200  mile radius of Greater Houston.

Fluor Daniel Facility, Sugarland Texas At Lone Star Art Guild Convention

Texas City Art Festival - April 2017  "Fin Find" took 1st place in the 3D Category.  Raku vessel with sprigging, underglaze colors, Raku fired. 

Art League of Baytown 2017 Regional Spring Show.  "Octavia" took Best of Show

Marsha with her sculpture, "Octavia"
"Vanishing Point" 2nd place in Professional Photography Category

Various Images 


Please mark your calendars for our artist's opening. It will be fun.

Alligators and Ashes

In March of 2009, Marsha had an Exhibit of Pottery Glazed with the Ashes of Hurricane IKE

Some of the Pots were Made during the Time "Smiley" Showed up and the next pics were the debris to wash up in our yard. That's what I made the ash glazes out of