Marg Loring

From the Vasefinder Museum:

Marg Loring (1905-1998) was born in Elyria, Ohio. Per Hazel Bray, her first art studies were in drawing and painting at the San Diego Academy of Art. She also studied sculpture with Anna Valentien in 1929. It was after this instruction with Valentien, Marg Loring started working in clay. She was associated with the Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, where she would become a teacher. After World War II, she became one of the first members of the Allied Craftsmen of San Diego. After studying at various locations, she would integrate the wheel into her design. This education would include sculpture studies with John Dirks at CSU San Diego, private glaze instruction with Harold Driscoll and work with Marguerite Wildenhain in the summers of 1956 and 1957. We show her last mailing address as Edmonds, Washington, per the Social Security System. A portion of her exhibition record includes: Allied Craftsmen of San Diego, California and 1952 Los Angeles County Fair's 6000 Years Art in Clay. Exhibited at the Nationals in 1950.

Artist's Works


Item:  Amazing Decorated Bowl Form (this is a plated specimen in the Vasefinder Museum)

Condition:  No post-factory damage, slight original crudity in foot, as made

Dimensions:  2.75 inches tall by 4 inches wide,

Price:  SOLD

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