Margaret McCann


Critical Studies and Painting


McCann received her BFA Washington University in St. Louis, MFA Yale University; studied at Yale/Norfolk and the New York Studio School. She taught full-time 12 years at Syracuse University, Boston University, UNH, and now teaches at Stockton College in NJ. Adjunct teaching includes the International School in Umbria; 8 years in Rome at RISD EHP, Saint Mary’s College, Trinity College, John Cabot University, University of Loyola Chicago. Solo exhibitions include Antonia Jannone Disegni di Architettura in Milan, The Painting Center, ARC and Artemesia in Chicago, BU Sherman Gallery; she is a member of the Zeuxis Still Life Association. Artists residencies at Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, Millay and Ragdale colonies; grants include Blanche E. Coleman, Ingram-Merrill, Fulbright-Hays to Italy. Collections include Alan Shestack, Deputy Director National Gallery of Art, Donald and Allison Innes. Portrait commissions include Franco Citti, Giorgio Bassani. She has been a Visiting Artist at Yale, UPenn, Indiana University, Brooklyn College, UNCG Greensboro, Wright State University and others. McCann has written art reviews for Art New England.

"The figure is nothing unless you can twist it around like a strange miracle."

Willem De Kooning

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