Marc Leuthold’s sculptures have entered the collections of the Metropolitan and Brooklyn Museums and the Museum of Art and Design. Critic John Perreault has remarked: “One looks and looks for artists who break up history, who bend the descent, who force one to connect the dots in new ways, even turn away from some. Leuthold is one of these.”
The son of European immigrants, Leuthold is interested in cross-cultural experiences. His work reflects the influence of the arts of Asia, Africa, and the Mediterranean.
Leuthold is an Associate Professor at the State University of New York and has taught at Princeton University and Parsons School of Design. He is one of forty Americans who is an elected lifetime member of the International Academy of Ceramics.