Marianne Groh was born in Alsace, France. She began to sculpt
at the age of 12, using the natural clay of Alsace.
She watched people and their mood changes and translated
these impressions into clay.
She studied sculpting at the École des Beaux Arts
in Strasbourg, France, owned her own studio gallery in Los
Gatos, California, and is a sculpture instructor in Provence,
France, as well as at Rancho
La Puerta, Mexico, and in her own studio.
Marianne Groh's work has been exhibited in numerous galleries,
including the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington,