Education:

2019 Master’s Degree in Humanities with emphasis in Depth Psychology.
   Pacifica Graduate Institute. Santa Barbara, California

1978 BFA Sculpture, California State University, Long Beach.

 

Teaching and Lecture Experience:

Guest Lecturer, College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2003

Guest Lecturer, St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, Missouri, 2003

Guest Lecturer, Sculpture, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1997

Visiting Assistant Professor, Graduate Sculpture, University of Illinois, Champaign, 1993

Guest Lecturer and Visiting Artist, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1992

Guest Lecturer, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1992

Guest Lecturer, University of Illinois, Champaign, 1992

Guest Lecturer, Wabash College, Indiana, 1992

Sculpture Workshop Instructor, Oklahoma Arts Institute, 1993 and 1997

National Conference: Women’s Caucus for the Arts, Chicago, 1992

Esther Saks Gallery Panel Discussion: Issues in Contemporary Art by Women with Judith Kirshner and Mary Jane Jacob. Chicago, 1993.

 

Selected Collections:

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History

Northern Illinois University Art Museum

Louisa Stude Sarofim

 

Solo Exhibitions:

2014 White Dragon Tea Room, Durango, Colorado, Exhibition of Raku Tea Bowls
2010 Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2006 Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2005 Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2003 Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2002 St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, Missouri
1999 Whelan Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1995 Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1993 Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1992 Northern Illinois University Art Museum, Chicago, Illinois
   Northern Illinois University Art Museum, DeKalb, Illinois
   Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Judith Racht Gallery, Michigan City, Michigan
1991 Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia
   Double K Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1990 Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

Group Exhibitions:

2015 Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe
2012 Chiaroscuro Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico 2007 Harwood Art Museum, Taos, New Mexico
   Bridge Art Fair, Miami. Represented by Art on Armitage Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Biennial Southwest, Albuquerque Museum of History & Art, New Mexico
2000 Whelan Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1988 Whelan Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1995 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Four-person Exhibition 
   Evanston Art Center, Evanston, Illinois
1994 Denison University Art Gallery, Granville, Ohio
   Art Chicago, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois
1993 Esther Saks Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Art Chicago, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois
1992 Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois
   Esther Saks Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana
   Dart Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Centro Colombo Americano, Medellin, Columbia
1991 Pennsylvania School of Art, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Two-person Exhibition

1990 Struve Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   California Crafts Museum, San Francisco, California

1981-1989 Additional Exhibitions:

Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, Illinois
Gwenda Jay Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Miller/Brown Gallery, San Francisco, California, Solo Exhibition
Evanston Art Center, Illinois, ArtSound Installation, a collaborative project
   with musician James Barry, Evanston, Illinois
Gwenda Jay Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, Two-person Exhibition
Concourse Gallery, Bank of America World Headquarters, San Francisco,
   California, Solo Exhibition
Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, California
Chicago Art Network, Chicago, Illinois
Site 311 Gallery, Monterey, California, Solo Exhibition
Sunnyvale Arts Center, Sunnyvale, California, Solo Exhibition
18th Street Gallery, Santa Monica, California
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, Calif. Two-person Exhibition.
American Institute of Architects, Palo Alto, California, Solo Exhibition
Lawson Gallery, San Francisco, California, Two-person Exhibition
Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, California
Philosophical Documents Gallery, Oakland, California
Visual Arts Center of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska. National Sculpture
   Invitational 1981 and 1982

Reviews, Catalogs, Books:

Katie Klingsporn, “Earth, Air, Water, Fire and Tea Bowls,”
   The Durango Herald, June 30, 2014
Ashley Rooney, Contemporary Art of the Southwest, 2013, Published by Schiffer
   Publishing, Ltd., p.90
Devon Jackson, “Silence Reflected,” Santa Fean Magazine, June/July, 2010
Santa Fe Art, Cover image, Art Ltd. Special Supplement, July/August, 2010
The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History, Biennial Southwest,
   Exhibition Catalog, 2008
Diane Armitage, “MARGEAUX: Perlucere,” The Magazine, June, 2008
Hollis Walker, “Floating Images,” Albuquerque Journal North, May 16, 2008
The University of New Mexico’s Harwood Museum of Art,
   “New Mexico Women 
Artists,” Exhibition Catalog, September 2007
Collector ShowCase Edition, Camera Arts Magazine,
   Single Image Winner, November/December, 2007
Craig Sullivan, “When Language Fails,” Albuquerque Journal North, May 5, 2000
Lynn Cline, “Mental Maps and Heart Interrogations,” Pasatiempo, May 19, 2000
Gussie Fauntleroy, “MARGEAUX: A Comment on the Work,” Essay, 2000
Dottie Indyke, “Words Inspire Tender Mixed-media Offerings,”
   Pasatiempo, August 1999
Richard Tobin, “What You Notice Becomes Your Life,”
   THE Magazine, September, 1999
Melissa Goldfine, “Material Matter at Art Center,” Evanston Review, June 1995
Terri Sultan, “The Pervasiveness of Memory,”
   The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Exhibition Catalog, 1995
Joanna Shaw-Eagle, “Finding Their Own Way From the Path of Masters,”
   The Washington Times, 1995
Paul Richard, “Retrieved ‘Memory,’ The Washington Post, May 1995
Martha McWilliams, “Object Lessons,” Washington City Paper, August 1995
David McCracken, “A Ten Most Wanted List for the Season’s Opening Night"
   Chicago Tribune, September 1993
Mary Jane Jacob, “The Only Witness,” Essay, Northern Illinois Art Museum
   Exhibition Catalog, 1992
WBEZ 91.5 Chicago Public Radio, Art Exhibition Review, 1992
WBEZ 91.5 Chicago Public Radio, “ArtSound,” Art Installation Review,
   Evanston Art Center, Evanston, Illinois, 1986
Joanne Burstein Hays, “Eight Young Artists,” Richmond, California, 1985

Grants, Fellowships, Residencies:

Ucross Foundation, 2021 Artist-in-Residence, Wyoming
Community Arts Assistance Program Grant (CAAP), Chicago, 1992
Community Arts Assistance Program Grant (CAAP), Chicago, 1990
Evanston Arts Center, Illinois, Project Grant, 1986
Ragdale Foundation, Illinois, Fellowship Award, 1986
Visual Arts Center of Alaska, One-year Artist Residency Award, 1980

Community:

2007-2015 High Desert String Orchestra member, Cellist
2007-2010 Board member, Girls Inc. of Santa Fe, 2008 to 2010.
   Board President 2008-2010
       

Business Owner:

1998-2008 Zago Papers, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Retail store for fine papers.
   Designed and produced stationery and wedding invitations.



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Education:

2019 Master’s Degree in Humanities with emphasis in Depth Psychology.
   Pacifica Graduate Institute. Santa Barbara, California

1978 BFA Sculpture, California State University, Long Beach.

 

Teaching and Lecture Experience:

Guest Lecturer, College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2003

Guest Lecturer, St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, Missouri, 2003

Guest Lecturer, Sculpture, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1997

Visiting Assistant Professor, Graduate Sculpture, University of Illinois, Champaign, 1993

Guest Lecturer and Visiting Artist, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1992

Guest Lecturer, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1992

Guest Lecturer, University of Illinois, Champaign, 1992

Guest Lecturer, Wabash College, Indiana, 1992

Sculpture Workshop Instructor, Oklahoma Arts Institute, 1993 and 1997

National Conference: Women’s Caucus for the Arts, Chicago, 1992

Esther Saks Gallery Panel Discussion: Issues in Contemporary Art by Women with Judith Kirshner and Mary Jane Jacob. Chicago, 1993.

 

Selected Collections:

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History

Northern Illinois University Art Museum

Louisa Stude Sarofim

 

Solo Exhibitions:

2014 White Dragon Tea Room, Durango, Colorado, Exhibition of Raku Tea Bowls
2010 Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2006 Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2005 Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2003 Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2002 St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, Missouri
1999 Whelan Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1995 Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1993 Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1992 Northern Illinois University Art Museum, Chicago, Illinois
   Northern Illinois University Art Museum, DeKalb, Illinois
   Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Judith Racht Gallery, Michigan City, Michigan
1991 Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia
   Double K Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1990 Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

Group Exhibitions:

2015 Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe
2012 Chiaroscuro Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico 2007 Harwood Art Museum, Taos, New Mexico
   Bridge Art Fair, Miami. Represented by Art on Armitage Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Biennial Southwest, Albuquerque Museum of History & Art, New Mexico
2000 Whelan Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1988 Whelan Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1995 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Four-person Exhibition 
   Evanston Art Center, Evanston, Illinois
1994 Denison University Art Gallery, Granville, Ohio
   Art Chicago, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois
1993 Esther Saks Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Art Chicago, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois
1992 Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois
   Esther Saks Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana
   Dart Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   Centro Colombo Americano, Medellin, Columbia
1991 Pennsylvania School of Art, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Two-person Exhibition

1990 Struve Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
   California Crafts Museum, San Francisco, California

1981-1989 Additional Exhibitions:

Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, Illinois
Gwenda Jay Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Miller/Brown Gallery, San Francisco, California, Solo Exhibition
Evanston Art Center, Illinois, ArtSound Installation, a collaborative project
   with musician James Barry, Evanston, Illinois
Gwenda Jay Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, Two-person Exhibition
Concourse Gallery, Bank of America World Headquarters, San Francisco,
   California, Solo Exhibition
Palo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, California
Chicago Art Network, Chicago, Illinois
Site 311 Gallery, Monterey, California, Solo Exhibition
Sunnyvale Arts Center, Sunnyvale, California, Solo Exhibition
18th Street Gallery, Santa Monica, California
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, Calif. Two-person Exhibition.
American Institute of Architects, Palo Alto, California, Solo Exhibition
Lawson Gallery, San Francisco, California, Two-person Exhibition
Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, California
Philosophical Documents Gallery, Oakland, California
Visual Arts Center of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska. National Sculpture
   Invitational 1981 and 1982

Reviews, Catalogs, Books:

Katie Klingsporn, “Earth, Air, Water, Fire and Tea Bowls,”
   The Durango Herald, June 30, 2014
Ashley Rooney, Contemporary Art of the Southwest, 2013, Published by Schiffer
   Publishing, Ltd., p.90
Devon Jackson, “Silence Reflected,” Santa Fean Magazine, June/July, 2010
Santa Fe Art, Cover image, Art Ltd. Special Supplement, July/August, 2010
The Albuquerque Museum of Art & History, Biennial Southwest,
   Exhibition Catalog, 2008
Diane Armitage, “MARGEAUX: Perlucere,” The Magazine, June, 2008
Hollis Walker, “Floating Images,” Albuquerque Journal North, May 16, 2008
The University of New Mexico’s Harwood Museum of Art,
   “New Mexico Women 
Artists,” Exhibition Catalog, September 2007
Collector ShowCase Edition, Camera Arts Magazine,
   Single Image Winner, November/December, 2007
Craig Sullivan, “When Language Fails,” Albuquerque Journal North, May 5, 2000
Lynn Cline, “Mental Maps and Heart Interrogations,” Pasatiempo, May 19, 2000
Gussie Fauntleroy, “MARGEAUX: A Comment on the Work,” Essay, 2000
Dottie Indyke, “Words Inspire Tender Mixed-media Offerings,”
   Pasatiempo, August 1999
Richard Tobin, “What You Notice Becomes Your Life,”
   THE Magazine, September, 1999
Melissa Goldfine, “Material Matter at Art Center,” Evanston Review, June 1995
Terri Sultan, “The Pervasiveness of Memory,”
   The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Exhibition Catalog, 1995
Joanna Shaw-Eagle, “Finding Their Own Way From the Path of Masters,”
   The Washington Times, 1995
Paul Richard, “Retrieved ‘Memory,’ The Washington Post, May 1995
Martha McWilliams, “Object Lessons,” Washington City Paper, August 1995
David McCracken, “A Ten Most Wanted List for the Season’s Opening Night"
   Chicago Tribune, September 1993
Mary Jane Jacob, “The Only Witness,” Essay, Northern Illinois Art Museum
   Exhibition Catalog, 1992
WBEZ 91.5 Chicago Public Radio, Art Exhibition Review, 1992
WBEZ 91.5 Chicago Public Radio, “ArtSound,” Art Installation Review,
   Evanston Art Center, Evanston, Illinois, 1986
Joanne Burstein Hays, “Eight Young Artists,” Richmond, California, 1985

Grants, Fellowships, Residencies:

Ucross Foundation, 2021 Artist-in-Residence, Wyoming
Community Arts Assistance Program Grant (CAAP), Chicago, 1992
Community Arts Assistance Program Grant (CAAP), Chicago, 1990
Evanston Arts Center, Illinois, Project Grant, 1986
Ragdale Foundation, Illinois, Fellowship Award, 1986
Visual Arts Center of Alaska, One-year Artist Residency Award, 1980

Community:

2007-2015 High Desert String Orchestra member, Cellist
2007-2010 Board member, Girls Inc. of Santa Fe, 2008 to 2010.
   Board President 2008-2010
       

Business Owner:

1998-2008 Zago Papers, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Retail store for fine papers.
   Designed and produced stationery and wedding invitations.



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