December Open Exhibit
Juror: Margaret McCann
About the Juror, Margaret Adams Parker
Margaret Adams Parker is a printmaker and sculptor whose artworks often explore religious and social justice themes. She has an extensive exhibition record, including 25 solo shows. She taught painting and drawing for 19 years at The Art League School in Alexandria, VA and has served as an adjunct instructor at Virginia Theological Seminary since 1991. A graduate of Wellesley College, Parker also holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree from American University. She was awarded a Virginia Commission for the Arts Fellowship and has served as a Coolidge Fellow at the Association for Religion and Intellectual LIfe, Artist in Residence at the Center for Art and Religion, Wesley Seminary, Wasington DC, and a Calvin College Summer Seminars Fellow.