Marcy Neiditz grew up in Cleveland, OH, and moved to Los Angeles, CA, where she took her first ceramic class in 1979. While pursuing a career as a landscape designer she also maintained a small ceramic studio. In 1991 she went back to school for the college degrees she never completed; a B.F.A in Ceramics from California State University-Long Beach, 1996, and a M.F.A. in Ceramics from Indiana University, Bloomington, 2000. She currently works as a professional artist and teaches ceramics at Ivy Tech Community College/Waldron Art Center in Bloomington, Indiana.
Marcy makes sculptural forms that are abstracted representations of plant life and the microscopic world, and decorative functional vessels with surface designs and paintings that reference nature and biology.
Her artwork can be found at By Hand Gallery, downtown Bloomington, Ferrer Gallery, Nashville, Indiana, Local Clay Potter’s Guild annual holiday show and sale, every November, a Studio Open House twice a year , and at select galleries and art fairs throughout the year. Info and links on the Upcoming Exhibits page.