Marsha Lederman
Illustration, Design & Fine Art About Contact

Marsha Lederman holds BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and is currently a freelance designer and illustrator living with her family in Northern Virginia. She specializes in book covers, greeting cards, portraiture, historical interpretation and architecture, nature, medical oriented illustration, and logo work for both nonprofits and corporations and loves to be able to add humor where possible. She works collaboratively with clients and team professionals, taking a project from concept development and research through all stages of production. She also accepts private commissions.

Her media expertise is in watercolor, pastel, pencil, pen and ink, cut film, mixed media, and sculptural 3-D work in clay.

Clients have included National Wildlife Federation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Habitat for Humanity, National Public Radio, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Ford's Theatre, United States Information Agency, National Institutes of Health, Child Welfare League of America, National Geographic World, Defenders of Wildlife, and Heifer International, and various other law firms, national associations, and public and private organizations. She has over 100 Illustrations in a recently published book for children, Virginia: An Alphabetical Journey through History.

She shows her ceramics at the Scope Gallery at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA and her work for can be seen on Instagram @marlederman and can be reached by at