Mixed Media Paintings – Marsha Glazière
February 21st April 12th
Opening Reception: February. 21st 6-9 pm
The only way to examine a departed culture is through its legacy of artifacts. Like the Egyptian pyramids and the Pantheon of Rome we shall be known as The Great Road Builders. Marsha Glazière reworks these monumental formations into intimate landscapes. Coaxing the essence of sun-dappled glen from visually neglected industrial spaces. The resulting mosaic of color, repurposed imagery, and textured physical objects mimic the frenetic vibration of our contemporary culture. – Oliver Doriss
American. Born in New York City, raised in Chicago and Miami, formerly a resident of Seattle,Washington. Currently residing in Tacoma since 2004, Marsha Glazière holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Painting with a Minor in Textiles from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana.
Her post- graduate work includes Anatomical Study at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, as well as advanced Master Painting Study with Nathan Oliveira (of Stanford University) and Michael Mazur (ofYale University.)
- For the last four years has been traveling around the Puget Sound region –researching coffee spots, creating paintings and text for her book eclectic COFFEE Spots in Puget Sound.