October - November 2017

Margaret’s work develops intuitively.  It is composed of a confluence of multiple sensations drawn from her own experiential landscape.  There is an all-consuming mental grind in the creative process, and her objective is to achieve visually arresting images.  The goal in this series is to make the apparently simple relationships of form and color charged with as much force, feeling and meaning as possible.

Margaret holds a B.A. in art history from the University of Arizona, where she specialized in the Italian Renaissance.  She has been dedicated to the arts and has taught art history to university students and museum docents.  She is the author of several publications about tribal art and culture and has lectured and juried shows at the Ah-Haa School of the Arts.