Jocelyn Marsh is a Los Angeles based artist whose primary mediums include sculpture and sculptural lighting. Central to her work is a fascination that existence springs from an unknown place. Focusing on the thrilling fact that from nothing comes everything, she celebrates this unknown place imparting upon her work a sense of reverence toward nature.

Ms. Marsh began her career in the arts by studying English Literature. Shortly after receiving a bachelor's degree in the subject, she traveled throughout southeast Asia and Europe settling for a time in Brussels, Belgium.  It was there she began cultivating a taste for the obscure and love for architecture and history. In 2003, she returned to Los Angeles where she began exploring sculpture and design.

Ms. Marsh has partnered with prominent architectural and interior design firms to create public and residential artworks. Her first series created in partnership with Studio Collective in Santa Monica, CA was composed of nine infinity mirrors originally commissioned by IDG for Chi Lin in Los Angeles, CA. Each infinity mirror contained part of a spring meadow comprised of gold plated branches, butterfly wing flower buds, and flying butterflies. The artwork transported the viewer to a Chinese meadow giving the sense of being surrounded by flowering trees and thousands of brightly colored butterflies fluttering into another dimension.  This work, The Path of the White Butterfly, gave birth to the Infinie Butterflies series, a seminal collection for the artist.

Jocelyn Marsh lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.