Marsha Ercegovic has been a prolific painter. She started in San Francisco at a Gallery called Southern Exposure. This turned out to be prophetic. She then moved from California to New Orleans, where she lived for over 20 years. This series is all about how that iconic city seeped into her soul. “The Music is Sweet and the History is Deep” is a quote from the Los Angeles Times she uses to describe her love for New Orleans. Marsha’s work has been in the House of Blues. She has had a show at the U.S. Capitol in the Russell Rotunda and has shown in several other museums. She currently resides in Decatur Alabama where she works at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center. She also has a studio located on Bank Street. She shows in a gallery in Key West, several places in New Orleans, and locally at Kathleen’s Fine Art.
An Artist Reception will be held in the Airport Artway at the Huntsville International Airport on January 31st, 5:00-7:00 pm. Marsha Ercegovic will be meeting guests and sharing about her artwork. Light refreshments will be served.
Paintings are available for purchase by calling the Carnegie Visual Arts Center, 256-341-0562 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shipping available and paid by the purchaser.