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Spring Tide is a three-dimensional mixed media sculpture that is part of the Permanent Collection of the NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. What we call tides are actually waves that roll around the planet as the ocean is drawn back and forth by the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun as…
August 25, 2021
Dimensions 60″w x 48″h x 7″d MediumAcrylic mixed media branches, palm hulks, and copper. – Framed SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
July 31, 2021
The Fuller Warren Bridge is part of the I-95 Interstate corridor that runs through downtown Jacksonville all the way to Miami. I’ve taken that route many times! I chose to depict the bridge from the vantage point of the Cummer Museum of Art’s amazing Versailles-like gardens just south of the bridge. I thought that by…
July 26, 2021
The Buckman Bridge is part of the heavily traveled I-295 Interstate highway that runs east-west from the southwest side of Jacksonville near the Naval Air Station to the Mandarin and San Jose areas of town. With this particular bridge, I decided to feature the St. Johns River and get playful and more abstract than usual…
The Matthews Bridge was the first painting in my series of the seven bridges that span the St Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. It practically sold off my easel as soon as it was completed. The painting on my website is currently available as Matthews Bridge II. While each bridge is unique in design and size, the…
July 13, 2021
Dimensions60”w x 42”h MediumAcrylic, mixed media on archival paper. SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
July 9, 2021
RBG Torchbearer is Marsha Glazière’s tribute to public figure Ruth Bader Ginsburg whom she admired and respected for her relentless pursuit for gender equality and women’s rights that sought justice for all with strength and integrity. Glazière felt the Statue of Liberty which depicts the Roman Goddess Libertas ideal for her many accomplishments and character.…
It was a magical canoe trip with a friend down Julington Creek in Jacksonville that inspired Beneath and Beyond. I was in the bow and could take pictures while absorbing the Old Florida natural beauty all around me. Like in all my landscape paintings, I am always inspired by place. Dimensions42″w x 58″h MediumAcrylic mixed…
Despite contracting polio at six, the agony of spina bifida and her near-fatal car accident, Frida Kahlo never saw herself as a victim. While she could have easily adopted a negative mindset, she instead transformed her harsh realities into a passion of expression through art and a conviction of her self-identity that often challenged…
Glaciers melting across the Arctic, polar bears struggling to survive, extreme catastrophic fires raging in South America’s massive Amazon and up and down the American west coast threaten the very existence of multiple species…including us. Dimensions60.5” w x 53.5” h MediumAcrylic, colláge, with natural branches and gold leaf.
My Jacksonville, Florida bridge series would not be complete without the distinctive bright, cerulean blue-colored Main Street Bridge. It absolutely defines the city’s skyline and connects the Southbank of the river to the heart of downtown Jacksonville. The bridge’s official name is the John T. Alsop Jr. Bridge, named after the longest-serving mayor in Jacksonville’s…
June 22, 2021
My painting references and honors the Hopi Nation. It also pays homage to Judith Jamison, former principle dancer with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. I have been fortunate enough to see her dance several times. Dimensions 48″w x 48″h MediumAcrylic mixed media on canvas.
Life on earth is in a precarious state. The world seems to be discharging so many climatic and human tragedies and there seems to be no letting up. Gradually an idea for a painting began to germinate. I knew what the title would be before I made a single mark on the canvas—Quake. Dimensions 54″w…
June 21, 2021
The Tasting Room – Farmer’s Market – Olympia, Wa These dancing goats in front of The Tasting Room represent a legend pertaining to the origin of coffee. Featured in my book, Eclectic Coffee Spots in Puget Sound. The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions14″w x…
July 16, 2018
The Ortega Bridge, considered a local historical landmark and is referred to as the Old Ortega Bridge located on the west side of Jacksonville. It sits at the mouth of the Ortega River, where it flows into the St. John’s River and features a fabulous view of the Jacksonville skyline, especially at sunset. The first…
July 3, 2018
Dimensions41″w x 54″h MediumAcrylic, mixed media on canvas
June 9, 2018
My idea to somehow depict the four seasons of the year remained in an incubated state for years until I noticed a magnificent Live Oak tree in my neighborhood. Its anthropomorphic branches spanned perhaps forty feet in width. I had to paint it. As I began, the four seasons concept re-emerged. But, instead of painting…
May 24, 2018
The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions41″w x 60″h MediumMixed media with paint sticks on paper
May 16, 2018
Espresso Garden, Port Townshend – Sequiem, WA The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions 51″w x 41″h MediumMixed media on paper
May 4, 2018
A Tribute to Rembrandt is part of my artist biographical series. The artists included in the series continue to provide me with much inspiration—whether by their artistic expression or how they lived their lives. Dimensions60″w x 48″h MediumAcrylic and collage on canvas
River Spectrum is part of the Regions Bank Collection, Jacksonville, FL Dimensions 84″w x 36″h MediumAcrylic on canvas SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Dimensions60″w x 36″h x 14″ D MediumAcrylic mixed media with copper on/off canvas
April 27, 2018
The Bridge of Lions, built in the mid-1920’s, is a thoroughfare that spans the intercoastal waterway from the Historic downtown of St. Augustine to Anastasia Island with details that reflect St. Augustine’s distinctive architecture. The two awesome Medici lions made of granite and named Faithful and Firm guard the west end of the bridge. They…
To me, the Dames Point Bridge resembles a huge sailing vessel, featuring what appears to be four enormous white sails. No wonder, since Dames Point got its name from Captain Charles Dames who used the surrounding land for his ship-building plantation. But it is officially called the Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Bridge after a river pilot who went on to…
The Hart Bridge presents a dramatic contrast of a bold green arch against the vibrant colors of an early evening sky. I couldn’t help but try to capture the beauty of these glistening hues. The Hart Bridge is an exceptionally long steel truss cantilever bridge that spans the St. Johns River. Named after Isaiah David…
The “Finish Line” is an exceptional display of Marsha Glazière’s talent as both a sculptor and painter. It honors women everywhere who have risen above any form of civil, social, or cultural oppression. It celebrates the determination, beauty, and courage of women who have succeeded in achieving personal victory. In particular, the artwork celebrates equal…
April 26, 2018
Dimensions42″w x 60″h MediumAcrylic colláge on archival paper
April 19, 2018
Biographical artist series Dimensions 48″w x 48″h MediumAcrylic on canvas
There is always a great deal of activity on, through and under the Acosta Bridge in downtown Jacksonville. The train trestle bridge, built in 1925, fascinates me. I love its rusty steel struts. It runs alongside and contrasts visually with the streamlined design of the Acosta Bridge and is fully functional for trains passing through…
April 18, 2018
Isadora is another artist in my biographical series. Duncan’s philosophy of dance departed from classical ballet toward more natural movement and personal expression in the early 20th century. While living in Europe for a time, she had two children who were both born by the sea and both died by drowning. Ironically, Duncan was very…
I did this painting to commemorate the Super Bowl 2005 in Jacksonville. The Lions of San Marco is a fountain sitting in the heart of the old San Marco neighborhood in Jacksonville, Florida. Dimensions32″ w x 42″ h MediumAcrylic mixed media with copper on canvas
March 19, 2014
It is very hard, if not impossible, to live in the Pacific Northwest, specifically the Puget Sound region, and not become seduced by, and ultimately—become part of, the pervasive coffee culture that thrives in this part of the country—come rain or shine. This book represents my journey into the realm of coffee establishments around the…
December 22, 2012
The three women – (left to right) Our Lady of Guadalupe—Patroness of Mexico La Virgen de Soledad—Patron Saint of Oaxaca Frida Kahlo—20th Century Mexican artist In her drawing “Las Tres Mujeres” Glazière honors the sacred feminine of Mexico culture with Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of Mexico, and Virgen de Soledad, Patron Saint of Oaxaca…
March 25, 2012
Dimensions 42”w x 60”h MediumCharcoal Conté Pastel Colláge on toned paper
March 4, 2012
Dimensions 42″w x 60″h MediumCharcoal conte pastel colláge drawing on toned paper Framed
Dimensions 69.5″w x 54″h MediumAcrylic mixed media on canvas
Dimensions40″ w x 32.25″ h MediumAcrylic, collage on canvas
Dimensions48″ w x 72″ h Extra LargeAcrylic mixed media on canvas
Calle Guerrero Oaxaca, Mexico Dimensions48″ w x 36″ h MediumAcrylic mixed media on canvas
Dimensions48″ h x 72″ w MediumMixed media on canvas Calle Cinco de Mayo Oaxaca Mexico
Dimensions 78″ h x 32d” x 34 w” MediumMixed media sculpture on canvas with wood pedestal and glass slabs SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Dimensions70” w x 70” h MediumMixed media on canvas with palm fronds SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Dimensions68″ h x 54″ w MediumMixed media on canvas SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Dimensions 54″ H x 69-1/2″ W MediumAcrylic Mixed media on canvas
Dimensions 15 3/4″w x 23″h MediumMixed media on Mexican bark paper
March 3, 2012
Window in Oaxaca is an interpretation of a window I have walked by dozens of times. It’s very close to the small pensiόn where I stay when I’m in Oaxaca. The building itself is definitely in disrepair like many structures in the city, but the broken glass in this exact shape sparked my imagination. Taking…
Inspired by a trip to Fripp Island, South Carolina.
Dimensions40″ w x 26″ h MediumMixed media drawing on paper
I was mesmerized by this portal within a monumental sized red rock— reminiscent of cave dwellings in the Southwest. It was located on a private horse sanctuary in the Black Hills of South Dakota. My drawing on paper preceded the painting of the entire red rock. Dimensions54″w x 36″h MediumCharcoal, conte, pastel drawing on toned…
Dimensions42″ w x 58″ h MediumCharcoal conte pastel colláge on toned paper – framed
The Venus of Willendorf is a mere 4.4 inches tall, made of limestone. It was discovered in Willendorf, Austria around 25,000 years ago. My drawing of this treasured historic figurine exaggerates her size and celebrates her universality as the Goddess she is considered to be. Dimensions 32w x 40”h MediumConté colláge on toned paper
Dimensions72″w x 42″h MediumCharcoal conte pastel colláge on toned paper
Dimensions 76″w x 56″h x 66″d MediumFabricated sculpture of aluminum honeycomb, diverse construction materials. Acrylic paint and plaster on chromed steel base. SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Dimensions 15″w x 36″h x 15″d MediumWood, willow branches, metal SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Dimensions 72″w x 70″h MediumFabricated sculpture of aluminum. Diverse construction materials. Acrylic paint and plaster on chromed steel base. SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Dimensions 28″w x 33″h x 3″d MediumFused sandblasted glass with copper mounted on wood
The first time I visited Big Talbot Island it was at dusk and I saw this tree standing on the beach—majestic and captivating in its starkness. It was the beginning of my eight-year artistic love affair with this magical place. Dimensions42″w x 60″h MediumCharcoal, conte, pastel drawing on toned paper Framed
February 27, 2012
Metamorphosis….Bound came about as a result of my outrage at the abhorrent ritual of female genital mutilation of young girls—still practiced in some African, Asian and Middle East countries. The concept is rooted in an attempt to control women’s sexuality, thereby preventing their full unobstructed metamorphosis and full equality as they mature into womanhood. Dimensions72″ w x…
Inspired by a trip to Fripp Island, South Carolina.
Dimensions 42″w x 72″h MediumCharcoal conte pastel colláge drawing on toned paper – Framed
Dimensions 74″w x 62″h x 7″d MediumAcrylic mixed media on/off canvas w/ palm frond
Dimensions 42″w x 60″h MediumCharcoal conte pastel colláge drawing on toned paper
February 26, 2012
Dimensions 42″w x 60″h MediumCharcoal conte pastel colláge drawing on toned paper – Framed
Dimensions30″w x 42″h MediumAcrylic, mixed media collage on canvas.
Red Cup Espresso – West Seattle, WA Dimensions51″w x 41″h MediumMixed media on paper
Panama Hotel Tea & Coffeehouse International District Seattle, WA The possessions of many Japanese Americans sent to internment camps were stored in the basement of the Panama Hotel during WW II. The window was later installed as a heartbreaking reminder [M.G.] The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil…
Peet’s Coffee & Tea – Freemont District Seattle, WA (The artist can be seen holding hands with Lily in the lower left) The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions41″w x 51″h MediumMixed media on paper
Joe Bar – Capitol Hill – Seattle, WA< The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions51″w x 41″h MediumAcrylic charcoal pastel colored pencil colláge SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Useless Bay Coffee – Whidbey Island, WA The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions51″w x 41″h MediumMixed media on paper
February 25, 2012
My painting is of Starbuck’s Flagship store at the Pike Place Market in Seattle. The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions51″w x 41″h MediumMixed media on paper
The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Olympia Coffee Roasting Company – Olympia, Wa Dimensions 51″w x 41″h MediumMixed media on paper
The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions 54″w x 41″h MediumAcrylic mixed media on canvas SOLD. THIS WORK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Pegasus Coffee House – Bainbridge, Wa The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions 38″w x 26″h MediumMixed media on paper
Espresso Vivace – Capital Hill Seattle, Wa The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions 30″w x 22.5″h MediumMixed media on paper
Uptown Expresso – Queen Anne Hill – Seattle, WA The original coffeehouse paintings are an assembláge of acrylic paint, charcoal, pastel, colored pencil and colláge. Dimensions51″w x 41″h MediumMixed media on paper
Glazière was commissioned to restore the entablature and friezes of the main entrance as well as the fountain of dolphins for The Bolles School, Jacksonville, Florida …
February 18, 2012
MediumFabricated sculpture of aluminum honeycomb, diverse construction materials. Acrylic paint and plaster on chromed steel base. Dimensions 70″w x 72″h x 28″d (177.8 x 182.9 x 71.1 cm) OversizeMixed media sculpture
Commission commemorating the Negro Baseball League Jacksonville, Florida MediumBronze on marble base
February 15, 2012
Architectural and industrial forms are fascinating to me. They trigger my imagination as I am able to perceive abstraction within the forms. Sadly, the configuration that captured my imagination is now a far less complex onramp. Dimensions60″w x 48″h MediumAcrylic, mixed media on canvas
February 3, 2012
Dimensions 40″w x 42″h x 7.5″d MediumAcrlyic mixed media 3 dimensional on/off canvas
February 2, 2012
Inspired by my many visits to Big Talbot Island,
February 1, 2012
Dimensions54″w x 54″h MediumAcrylic mixed media on canvas
Aperture and Rocks is a visual portrayal of The Needles in the Black Hills located in Custer State Park. The Needles are eroded granite pillars, towers, and spires interrupted by sporadic crevasses where water gently trickles down. My brain was on fire and I couldn’t wait to get back to the studio. Dimensions48″ w x…
It wasn’t until I moved to Florida as an adult, having grown up in Miami, that I became mesmerized by landscape, specifically Big Talbot Island, which I focused on for eight years—drawing, painting and photographing. When I returned to Seattle I continued to paint landscape. I was on a roll. The Portrait of Rain series…
HUMAN TAPESTRY is visual prospect for international peace and the continuation of life on our shared planet. The eleven female figures represent various countries and political ideologies. Each is draped in her own flag, her own nationalism, seemingly separate and distinct from that of any other country. While each flag is a symbol of a…
January 30, 2012
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