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Marsha Kristen Howe

Philadelphia Museum of Art

HQ Phone:  (215) 763-8100

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Philadelphia Museum of Art

2600 Bnjmin Franklin Pkwy

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19130

United States

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art is among the largest museums in the United States, with a collection of more than 227,000 works of art and more than 200 galleries presenting painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography, decorative arts, textiles, and archit...more

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Marsha Kristen Howe began formal art training in a summer program at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and in 1961 Ms. Howe graduated with honors from the Philadelphia High School for Girls with a major in art . She attended the Syracuse University School of Art in Syracuse, New York on a full-tuition scholarship and graduated in 1968, earning a BFA in Printmaking/Painting.
Having won many awards for her designs and paintings, many of Marsha's work, including a mural, were retained for the University collections. While working as an illustrator for Gibson Greeting Cards in Denver and later as a senior illustrator with Current Inc. in Colorado Springs, Ms. Howe has continued her printmaking and freelance art. At present Ms. Howe is learning porceloin painting, primarialy the European style. Ms. Howe lives with a persian cat, a sheltie and her husband, Dan, in Manitou Springs. Marsha Howe DeBernay Studio


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Marsha Kristen Howe began formal art training in a summer program at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and in 1961 Ms. Howe graduated with honors from the Philadelphia High School for Girls with a major in art . She attended the Syracuse University School of Art in Syracuse, New York on a full-tuition scholarship and graduated in 1968, earning a BFA in Printmaking/Painting.
Having won many awards for her designs and paintings, many of Marsha's work, including a mural, were retained for the University collections. While working as an illustrator for Gibson Greeting Cards in Denver and later as a senior illustrator with Current Inc. in Colorado Springs, Ms. Howe has continued her printmaking and freelance art. At present Ms. Howe is learning porceloin painting, primarialy the European style. Ms. Howe lives with a persian cat, a sheltie and her husband, Dan, in Manitou Springs. Marsha Howe DeBernay Studio


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by Marsha Howe
In creating her etchings, Ms. Howe uses a zinc plate that has been covered with an "etching ground" - a composition of wax, gum resin and bitumin. ..... Using an etching needle or other sharp instrument, the artist draws her design by scraping away the etching ground and exposing bare metal surface. She then places the plate in an acid bath until the acid has eaten away the exposed metal to the required depth. Marsha Howe DeBernay Studio


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