Joan Cobb Marsh returns to Miami Beach with a new collection of oil paintings at the Williams McCall Gallery South of Fifth. Kicking off with an artist reception that is open to the public on Saturday, February 14th at 6 pm, the exhibit will run until March 5th. Nature's Light: Gardens and Interiors features Marsh's recent work inspired by Monet's gardens in Giverny and her coveted Interiors. We will also introduce several of Marsh's collages for the first time.
Joan Cobb Marsh is a known and globally collected artist who specializes in oil paintings. Marsh perfected her sensitivity to color as a young student of Henry Henche who was a protégé of Charles Hawthorne, the great American painter and founder of the renowned Cape Cod School of Art in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
In the summer and fall, Marsh paints in her Provincetown studio overlooking the harbor in the home she and her husband converted from her grandfather’s boathouse. During New England’s cold winter months, they reside in South Beach where Marsh paints. Her time in South Beach has inspired her brilliant and popular Port of Miami, South Pointe Park, Florida View, South Beach, and Everglades series.
Marsh’s work is in museums and private collections across the United States and abroad.