Marsha Judd is a ceramic sculptor in Southern California. Her works are represented in museums and corporate and private collections throughout the world, and are renowned for their reflective surfaces and contemplative qualities. Judd subtly evokes the tenderness of the relationships closest to her through her use of form and the burnished surface. Marsha Judd was born in Los Angeles, CA. Marsha holds a Bachelor of Arts from California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), Fullerton, California. She uses clay as her primary medium of expression.
As Marsha cherished the time to create, she and her husband raised two sons, George 'Geo', Jr. and Andrew 'Andy'. Her work is a reflection of experience, memory, time and obligation. For Marsha, the process and results of burnishing are a metaphor for life --- beautifully fragile, stoic yet unforgiving, mysterious and forever enduring.
Marsha is currently an instructor of fine arts at her alma-mater, California State University, Fullerton. Marsha is a passionate advocate of the arts; she participates in and is a board member of All the Arts for All the Kids Foundation, which is a non-profit organization raising funds for local schools in Fullerton, California.
Here Marsha creates a piece that will later be burnished.