My work on KOjewel.com


The art blog K.O.Jewel featured my sculptural art with a nice
little blurb. I was intrigued with the interpretations of the various
pieces they chose to publish. It’s fun to see what the work
communicates to different viewers.


Check it out at http://www.kojewel.com/main/laura-marmash.htm

Queen
Porcelain, underglaze, stain, glaze

7" x 6" x 5"


Photo: Guy Nicol


America’s Clayfest III


I could not be more thrilled to have my piece “Erupted”

juried into America’s Clayfest III by one of my favorite artists Tip Toland and the venerable Peter Held.


Of the 557 entries 80 pieces were selected to be included in the show.


Check out this link to see the other participants in the show:


http://www.americasclayfest.org/2015-open-division.html

Interview on fineartconnoisseur.com


This year (2016) I attended NCECA in Kansas City and had
the honor of being interviewed by Andrew Webster for
Fine Art Connoisseur, Click the link to read the interview!


http://www.fineartconnoisseur.com/pages/22599410.php?





Menagerie at Baltimore Clayworks


A couple of my animal heads have been juried into the Menagerie Show by the amazing Jenny Mendes!


The show runs from May 13 through July 2, 2016.

Opening reception Friday, May 13 from 6pm til 8pm


Check out this link to see more information and all the other participants in the show:


http://www.baltimoreclayworks.org/exhibition/exhibition_gallery/15/Menagerie.html

Some Pig, 2016
stoneware, slip, underglaze, stain

7” x 5.25” x 5.5”

Sold

New work at Lillstreet Gallery


I have some fun new heads with felted wool “wiglets”

in the Handmade Holidays 2016 show at Lillstreet Gallery.


November 18 – December 31
Handmade Holidays 2016, 

opening reception Friday Dec. 2 from 6-8 pm


Click the image to go to my Lillstreet Gallery page >


Marie, 2016
terra cotta, slip, underglaze, felted wool

3.5” x 6.5” x 3.5”

In solidarity with sister events around the globe, come together for Nasty Women Art Chicago: A one-night exhibition and fundraiser to hear and support the voices of artists identifying as Nasty Women.

While Donald Trump used the phrase “nasty woman” to belittle and disrespect Hillary Clinton in a presidential debate, millions around the world have used it as a powerful rallying cry against the current administration. We join Nasty Women and their allies in the mission to challenge increasing threats to reproductive freedom, women and minorities, the LGBTQ community, and human rights of immigrants through mobilization and artistic expression.

I have donated a number of “Positive Protest Tiles” in support of the event.

THIS EXHIBITION IS A FUNDRAISER
This is a free event with music and more. 100% of profits will benefit Planned Parenthood of Illinois.

For more info visit www.nastywomenartchicago.org



Positive Protest Tiles, 2017
terra cotta, terra sig, underglaze, glaze