Margaret Keller's Resume
Margaret Keller is an exhibiting artist with galleries/dealers in Chicago, Atlanta and Santa Fe, who has taught full-time since 1993 as an art professor in drawing, painting, and art history. She also focuses on the curatorial and critical aspects of contemporary art. Her art reviews have appeared most recently in the contemporary art magazine Review, and prior to that in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Art St. Louis as well as in the internationally distributed New Art Examiner. In addition to painting, teaching and writing, she currently is gallery co-director of the Meramec Art Gallery in St. Louis, a position she has held since 1998. Regarding Nature, Disseminate and 3 x 3 are among approximately fifty exhibitions she has curated at the gallery.
In 2002-2003, Keller was a Visiting Associate Professor at Washington University in St. Louis and one of two Washington University professors selected to teach the Summer Program in Florence, Italy. Field trips included the Venice Biennale.
From June 9005 to August 2005, her new series Studio Window: Conflagration, was curated into the Springfield Art Museum exhibition. Keller’s 2002 one-person exhibition at the Gwenda Jay/Addington Gallery in Chicago’s River North Gallery District was featured in the Chicago Gallery Guide. Currently, the gallery has selected her for a new one-person exhibition in November 2005.
Margaret Keller - Student Work, Water Color - Meramec Gallery
Margaret Keller - Student Work, Drawing and Painting - Meramec Gallery
Margaret Keller - Meramec Gallery
Chicago Gallery Display
Atlanta Gallery Display
Writing for Review Magazine