Jocelyn Marsh opens her 45-piece exhibit Advancements inScience * Fiction on Saturday, June 4. The show will present the evolution of her work. It will feature pieces from previous collections as well as her new creations.
This Los Angeles native developed her taste for the macabre when she was staying at Brussels, Belgium. This was where she found her love for assemblage art. Marsh spent 8 years putting together her collection of skeletons, vintage toys and other knick knacks. She combined these items with metals like gold, bronze, and pewter to create images and tell stories. Marsh actually started out as a fiction writer, having majored in English Literature, so it makes sense that her art also tells of the same fantastical fiction she used to write.
Marsh has been a part of various group shows and last year, held a solo exhibition at Bert Green Fine Art in Los Angeles. Some of her unique items are sold in boutiques in New York and Los Angeles. Visit her website for more information: jocelynmarsh.com, and for more information about the exhibit visit www.artduet.net.
See the artwork for yourself on Saturday, June 4, 7PM – 11PM at ARTY, 634 South Main Street, Los Angeles, California. -VIVALAVIDA