B.A., Brevard Junior College
B.F.A., Herron School of Art, at Purdue, Indianapolis, Indiana
M.F.A., University of Regina, Canada
Charles Marsh is a native of Florida’s Space Coast. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts at Herron School of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana, and his Master of Fine Arts at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada. While working toward his Masters, he co-founded and was a printer for Prairie Press, taught printmaking and drawing at the University, and worked as a Master Printer with Moosehead Press in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Mr. Marsh has been Managing Director and printer for the Nelson Wagner Lithography Workshop at Southern Illinois University, Assistant Professor at Illinois State University, Bloomington, and Master Printer at Boody Fine Arts, Jefferson City, Missouri. After eight years as a master printer, he returned to Florida and became a commercial photographer, first for National Merchandise, Inc. and later for Dale Bulock Photography in Jacksonville, Florida. He subsequently bought the business from Mr. Bulock and maintained the commercial photography enterprise as CM@StudioIII. During this time, he also taught photography at Jacksonville University.
Mr. Marsh came to Florida School of the Arts in 1999 as an instructor of graphic design and photography and is currently a Professor teaching drawing, printmaking, and painting. He lives in Interlachen with his, dog and eight cats, and enjoys frequent visits by his daughter, one granddaughter, and grandson. Mr. Marsh also enjoys an eclectic variety of genres in music, television, and movies, as well as the collecting and photographing of small bits of nature for use in his art.