My paintings which are representational have such a wealth of color and gracefulness of form that the soul of whatever subject I am expressing, is rich and palpable well beyond mere visual appreciation.
Margaret Zox Brown, like much of her family, is a lifelong Manhattanite. She studied oil painting at New York City’s culturally rich 92nd Street Y for 29 years until 2016. There, Margaret expanded her color language to include transparent colors, learned concepts like the flat picture plane, and most important, made a thorough study of Art History.
Painting larger and larger pieces with confidence allowed her to go from private collectors to public space acquisitions including Danny Meyer’s restaurant Maialino in the Gramercy Park Hotel, the Cafe at Fairway Market, and the lobby of the commercial building 462/470 7th Ave, to name a few. And with a steady attention to her craft and the business of exposing it publicly, Margaret has secured several notable interviews that highlight her artistic talents and unique artistic expressions.
Margaret attended the Chapin School in New York City and Trinity College in Hartford, CT. She continues to live and work in New York City, showing at different galleries and selling from her studio in the Garment District while actively pursuing more public venue opportunities all over the world.