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Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Blue Star Contemporary Berlin Residency

Margaret Craig will be in residence at Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin Germany until April 6, 2017. Contact Margaret for a studio visit if you will be in the area.

E-Squared Magazine Celebrates Art + Science

Margaret Craig‘s work appeared in E-Squared Magazine’s 2016 Autumn issue, a publication that embodies both art and science.

2016 Art Busan International Art Fair

Margaret Craig’s Reef Flowers was shown at Art Busan International Art Fair 2016 in Busan, South Korea, as part of The Duende Art Project’s exhibition.

Underwater FantaSea – Images

Margaret Craig's work part of i.d.e.a. Museum's Underwater FantaSea exhibition - images.

SGC International Conference 2015

Margaret Craig and Southwest School of Art (SSA) colleagues Nicole Geary and Dinah Coakley attended the 2015 Southern Graphics Council Conference (Sphere SGCI) in Knoxville Tennessee (March 18-21, 2015).

PASA Temporary Exhibits

Margaret Craig’s work has been chosen for inclusion in Public Art San Antonio’s Temporary Exhibits and is on view in City Hall in the Municipal Plaza C Room.

Venice Printmaking Studio

Just back from the Venice Printmaking Studio in Murano. I worked on a new body of prints, and took in the Venice Biennale.

The Art Lovers’ Cookbook -San Antonio Edition

Margaret Craig is among 36 artists whose work is featured in The Art Lovers’ Cookbook -San Antonio Edition.

Vine – a hanging book

The Print Booked show installation

The Print Booked took place at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts galleries in conjunction with the SCG International Conference.

Vine is a unique, variable dimensional, hanging book, created of tar gel etchings,epoxy, and re-purposed vacuum plastic, and wire.…

Little Fish Big Fish

Little Fish Big Fish - detail

Margaret Craig was curated into the Southern Graphics Council International 2012-2013 Members Traveling Exhibition.

The piece included was an artist book, Little Fish Big Fish. Made in 2011, materials include Tar Gel Etching, Epoxy and Acrylic.

The show was curated …

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