Marsha Irwin has been a potter for over thirty years. Her aesthetics are influenced by the serenity she finds in the Japanese Tea Ceremony and by forms in nature. Frequently allowing the natural clay body to emerge and blend with high fire glazes, she seeks a balance between the quiet, earthy and reflective elements she finds in the clay and the bold and varied glazes she uses for her high-fire decorative and functional work.
Marsha Irwin exhibits her work regularly at Ruby's Clay Studio and Gallery at 552 Noe Street in San Francisco. She has also gown her work at Roger Barber Gallery in San Anselmo, Morphos Gallery (now Catherine Clark Gallery and Art Options also in San Francisco as well as Valley Art Gallery in Walnut Creek and Artisans in Mill Valley.