"Clear Arm Forced Evolution" by Margaret Craig
artist: MARGARET CRAIG
CLEAR ARM FORCED EVOLUTION
20" x 20" x 3" Mixed print medium and repurposed plastic, shadowbox frame
Part of the online exhibition, "April Dressed in All Its Trim" with guest curator, Paula Owen
My work is derived from printmaking methods; mixed media with or without support, and prints stretched over forms using a technique I developed. My work is about the manipulation of form that transforms the idea; a recreation of multilayered process found in nature. A degree in biology informs my work.
–– Margaret Craig
Margaret Craig received a degree in Biology Secondary Education, a BS in Art and an MA in Painting from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She received an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
She invented Tar Gel Pressless Etching and has demonstrated that and other techniques at national conferences. She is often involved in trade portfolios and exhibits locally, nationally and internationally.
Currently she is Professor and Chair of Printmaking at the Southwest School of Art in San Antonio, TX . Her original Biology degree has been a major influence in the visual and ecological context of her work, and her shop promotes a less toxic approach to printmaking.
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