Andrew Marsh

Andrew Marsh makes beautiful and terrifying art to celebrate life in the face of severe chronic pain through brutal performance iron casting, earthwork, metal fabrication, and chainsaw wood carving styles. Andrew carved Make It Writhe, a 3-piece set of wood sculptures currently on display at KECU and JSP, for the 2013 JSP Shakespeare SummerStage production of As You Like It.

He received his MFA in Studio Art & Design from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, IL (2001) and BFA in Art Studio from the University of Kentucky (1995). As Artist in Residence at the award-winning City Museum in St. Louis, MO, Andrew constructed over 50 interactive exhibits, monumental steel playground features, and specialty environments in this most unusual museum. Andrew’s metal and wood sculptures, photographs, paintings, videos, and performances have appeared in over 250 group and solo exhibitions and collections throughout the United States and United Kingdom. He is an innovative artist, serves as Chair of the Board of Directors and Executive Officer for Josephine Sculpture Park, and is Assistant Director for Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research at the University of Louisville.


Email: [email protected]

Bio, Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research

Interview, Meet Your Maker: Andrew Marsh, by Grace Simrall, The Paper, Feb. 2012

Bio, Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum

Photographs, University of Kentucky Iron Pour, by David Stephenson, Nov. 2013

Andrew Marsh Facebook


Sculpture Trails 2013 Iron Workshop, by Vivid Aerials, July 2013


1,000 Cuts: An exhibition of sculptures by Andrew Marsh, by Randy Cissell, Oct. 2013


Exploring City Museum, by Chris Marquardt and Jon Miller, April 2013


Josephine Wall Mural, by Andrew Marsh and Casey McKinney




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