About

I grew up moving all over the California bay area, but mostly in Union City and San Jose. I moved to Oakland to attend the California College of the Arts and Crafts, where I received my BFA in 2002 and my MFA in 2008. I now live and work in Berkeley, CA.

I am interested in building a fictional narrative with connections to history as well as to the present. It's like I'm illustrating a novel that doesn't exist. If it did, it would probably be a lot like Wuthering Heights, Jane Eyre, or Turn of the Screw- novels which function as social commentary as well as haunting epics of supernatural romanticism.

I am represented by Rena Bransten Gallery in San Francisco.

Drop me a line at marciwashington@gmail.com

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Untitled Study (2013).

Untitled Study (2013).

The Enigmatic Object 15 x 12.5” watercolor and gouache on paper

The Enigmatic Object
15 x 12.5”
watercolor and gouache on paper

On the Moors 24 x 17” for this upcoming show about contemporary artists and the Brontes:
Wildness Between Lines Leeds College of Art  Blenheim Walk Gallery Leeds, Yorkshire UK December 14th 2012 - February 2nd 2013

On the Moors 24 x 17”
for this upcoming show about contemporary artists and the Brontes:

Wildness Between Lines
Leeds College of Art
Blenheim Walk Gallery
Leeds, Yorkshire UK
December 14th 2012 - February 2nd 2013

The Servant of the Power (Gmork) 26 x 20”, 2011 watercolor and gouache on paper

The Servant of the Power (Gmork)
26 x 20”, 2011
watercolor and gouache on paper