Driving America's Art Scene - Hunterdon County, NJ USA

Mickie Marshall-Jacoby

Mickie Marshall-Jacoby

Ceramics

My work in ceramics is defined directly by my love for color and form. Symbols, animals, and whimsy always finds their way into my work. I prefer functional work and animal sculpture to more abstract forms and have a great fondness for raku fired pieces.
Mickie Marshall-Jacoby, owner of Little White Dog Pottery has lived in the
Hopewell area since 2004. A multi-talented artist who in the past has worked in
precious metals, stained glass and photography, in addition to ceramics. She
merges those past experiences to create new visions of form and glaze in her
pottery. Working from her studio at 61 Ridge Road in Hopewell, NJ, she creates
pieces in the Raku style, such as pots decorated with horse hair, as well as high
fire functional stoneware and porcelain pottery and sculpture. Mickie has shown
her work at RVCC gallery, the festival at Tinicum State Park, Art in the Garden at
Paxon Hill, River Fest, Rutgers NJ festival, Ithaca festival and various shops in
the north east. In addition she has studied ceramics with notable ceramic artist
such as Steven Hill, Richard Aerni, Lisa Naples, and Jennifer McCurdy