Margaret Keller works in related series in various media, including installation, drawing, digital prints, painting and silkscreen, as she examines the relationships between nature, contemporary culture and technology.
Her work has been exhibited in galleries, museums and collections in Berlin, Chicago, Atlanta, California, Ohio, Colorado, Missouri, Maryland, Wisconsin, Arkansas, New York, Beijing and others. Upcoming in 2019, Keller will exhibit at The William and Florence Schmidt Art Center Museum, Illinois.
Recently, her art has been in Gallery 210/UMSL, QuadratfußNX2/Annex Art/Berlin, The Arkansas Art Center Museum in Little Rock and the RAC gallery in St. Louis. In addition to teaching drawing, design, painting and art history, she also focuses on the curatorial and critical aspects of contemporary art. See Delicious Line - June 2018, All the Art magazine issues Winter 2016 and Fall 2105 along with June 2016 temporaryartreview.com for her writing. Her art reviews have also appeared in ArtReview.com, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Art In America, the New Art Examiner and Review magazine.
Keller's artwork is featured in numberous reviews including Surveillance Series in Winter 2018 All the Art and in temporaryartreview.com and Studio Visit, Volume 30, page 100-101.
As Professor of Art at St. Louis Community Collge - Meramec and gallery co-director of the Meramec Gallery of Contemporary Art in St. Louis, she curated Everywhere and Elsewhere, showing regional and NYC painters in October 2015 and January 2016. Regarding Nature, Disseminate and
3 x 3 are among approximately fifty exhibitions she has curated at
Keller has a degree in drawing from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a M.F.A. from Washington University in St. Louis in painting and printmaking. She studied the history of garden design at London University and also did post-graduate studies at Webster University in electronic media and at the University of Arizona. In 2002 and 2003, Keller was a Visiting Associate Professor at Washington University in St. Louis and also taught the Summer Program in Florence, Italy, which included the Venice Biennale.