Pottery with Body and Depth

Marston’s work speaks to the sensuality and power of Nature. She draws on the broad mythologies of the nature centric Celts (trees, bees, moons, angel/goddess figures) and Northwest Native Americans (such as the Haida people), as well as more modern influences like the art of Van Gogh.

Marston believes that reestablishing the female part of the divine could help us in our struggle for the earth.  In her life and pottery she strives to reintroduce the female divine to our myth thus bring peace and balance to the earth.