The Examiner writes:
"Just down the hall from Sperber is Marsha Owett’s studio, a smaller space that nonetheless features innovative works. This year is Owett’s first as a TOAST contributor, and one that successfully brought in a number of new patrons to her studio. Owett’s work, both photography and painting, is centered around nature – abstraction untouched by human hands. On view were her series of photos entitled Skins, images of the beach after the tide has come and gone. These pieces nicely complemented her paintings, which also feature nature themes but are created with layers of newspaper and paint."