Marsha Brook’s phenomenal ability to capture the soul of her subjects has driven a decades-long career creating public and privately commissioned sculptural portraits. She spent her youth learning wax modeling at her family’s jewelry casting company, developing skills that would later serve her in carving materials from stone to clay for casting in bronze. While earning her M.S. degree from Columbia University, Marsha studied human anatomy extensively, building a deep foundation for her stunning figurative work. Among her public works: “Friends of the Library” (Fallbrook), “Portrait of Jackie Robinson” (YMCA), “Awareness” (Scripps Green Cancer Center) and “Milestone” (City of Alameda).