Following his BFA, Marsh spent 3 years in Mashiko, Japan (1978-81), at the workshop of Mingei Master Potter Tatsuzo Shimaoka, who went on to become designated a “Living National Treasure” in 1996. He completed his MFA at Alfred University in 1988. Tony Marsh lives and works in Long Beach, California where he was the Program Chair of Ceramic Arts for over 25 years at California State University, Long Beach. He was recently named the first Director of the Center for Contemporary Ceramics at CSULB Ceramic Arts. Marsh was additionally named a United States Artist Fellow for 2018. You will find Marsh’s ceramic art in many private and permanent museum collections around the world, included among them; Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Oakland Museum of Art, the Gardiner Museum of Art, Toronto, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
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