I specialize in: Painting, Drawing, Sculpture/3D, Stained Glass, Ceramics, Photography, Jewelry, Teaching Artist

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Marsha Wright-Reeves is a full-time artist and art teacher. She is a graduate of Burkburnett High School and studied at Midwestern State University from 1988 to 1992.

She served as president of the Wichita Falls Art Association (WFAA) from 2009-2012. During her presidency, Marsha and her vice president directed the opening of the WFAA's first permanent gallery on the corner of 8th St. and Ohio Ave. She also served as gallery manager for the first two years of its operation.

In 2015, her photography was featured in the Wichita Falls Literature and Art Review publication of “Where Three Winds Meet”, a book of poetry by Texas Poet Laureate James Hoggard.

She also co-illustrated two books by New York children's author Gordie Little in 2013 and 2016.

Marsha currently has a studio on the sixth floor in Big Blue. She works in stained glass, watercolor, acrylic, oil, alcohol ink, pastels, photography, ceramics, jewelry, and sculpture. Her work has been exhibited throughout Texas, including a permanent children's exhibit at the Museum of North Texas History.

In addition to her studio work, Marsha teaches art to a wide variety of private students in the Wichita Falls area.