Anthony Marsh

For over three decades, ceramicist Anthony Marsh has been exploring themes around creation, abundance, fertility, procreation, and death. With a career that has seen over 25 solo exhibitions in the United States, Asia, and Europe, his work belongs to 35 major museums and public collections, among them the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Taipei Ceramics Museum in Taiwan. Marsh also oversees a university ceramics programme at the California State University in Southern California.

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Like Water Uphill from 'Crucible' series
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Spill and Catch
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The Jester’s Pants
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Allonge (Small)
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Broken Ovals
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'Geisha Handbag' series
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Night
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Long Vase
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RedPot
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