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Solo Exhibitions (selected)

2021Margaret Jean Taylor: Print Projects
Sanford Gallery. Zea Mays Printmaking, Florence, Massachusetts.
2019Six Decades of Trees. Paintings, Drawings, Prints, Gallery A3 Amherst, Massachusetts
2017The Hours of Summer. Five paintings, linocuts, Gallery A3, Amherst, Massachusetts
2014My Backyard and the Great Spaces of the American Southwest. Hall Gallery, The Jewish Community of Amherst
2013Print Retrospective: Margaret Jean Taylor. Sanford Gallery, Zea Mays Printmaking, Florence, Massachusetts
2007Southwestern Spaces. Paintings & Prints, Burnett Gallery, The Jones Library, Amherst.
2000Great Spaces. A.I.R. Gallery II, 40 Wooster Street, New York City
1995Shadows from a Single Tree. Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst, Massachusetts
1992M.F.A. Exhibition. Herter Gallery, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
1987Watercolors and Artist Book: “From Amherst to Cashmere,” ten color etchings printed by the artist for twelve poems of Emily Dickinson, fifty copies, signed and numbered
1984Western New England College Monotypes and Drawings
1979Margaret Taylor. 47 Bond Street, New York City

Group Exhibitions (selected)

2015Five Artists Margaret Jean-Lithographs. Gallery A3 , Amherst, Massachusetts
2009‘Fairfield Porter and Great Spruce Head Island Artists,’ Ellsworth, Maine (catalog)
2007‘Book Marks, ZMP and Museum 10.’ Books included by Special Collections Librarian Ruth Rogers, Wellesley College: Margaret Taylor’s “Sketchbook 1976” & “From Amherst to Cashmere”
2004Visions Gallery, Albany, NY, Abstract polymer etchings
1999Five Artists Invitational, Art Association of Harrisburg, PA
199668th Annual Exhibition, Art Association of Harrisburg, PA Juror, Olga Viso, assistant curator, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C. Margaret Taylor, First Prize, painting.
199560th Annual National Cooperstown Art Association, Holland Cotter, Juror
1993Valley Women Artists. Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts
1991Works on Paper, Rye Center, Rye, New York, Grace Glueck, Juror
1986“Collected Visions: Women Artists at the Bunting Institute,” Boston, MA (catalog)
1980“The Figure.” Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, NY


2014Pfarrer, Steve “Margaret Jean Taylor,” Hampshire Life Magazine, Art People, May 30
2011“Going Home.” Memoir of childhood in Texas, illustrated by Margaret Jean (15 copies)
2010“Grand Canyon, A Visual Record” Margaret Jean. Collective Copies, Amherst, 25 copies
2008“Etchings of the 1970s” Catalog of 40 black & white etchings, including number in ea edition
2002Bander, Nina. ‘Artist explores juncture of earth & sky,’ The Greenfield Recorder, January 10
1998Guerra, Jonnie, “Dickinson Adaptions Arts and Theater,” from ‘The Emily Dickinson Handbook”, Gudrun Grabber et al, University of Massachusetts Press, pp. 394,395.
1997“Voices and Visions: Arts at the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College,1962-97” Cambridge, Massachusetts. catalog p.16
1994Benvenuto, Christine. “Maple Trees, and Moon Shadows” Paintings by Margaret Taylor and daughter Anne Harrison, The Amherst Bulletin, October 7
1990Sheridan, Lee. Art New England, vol. 11 #8
Watson, Bruce. “Gallery Offers Visions of Amherst,” Amherst Bulletin, June 13

1988Yamakawa, Tamaaki. Emily Dickinson and Paintings: Margaret Taylor’s Etchings for Dickinson’s Poems,” English Literature Review, Kyoto Women’s University, Kyoto, Japan, v.32
1986“Collected Visions: Women Artists at the Bunting Institute,” catalog pp.92,93
Donker, Peter P. “Printmker’s World” Worcester Telegram, March 10, Juror, Margaret Taylor

1985Wright, Patricia. “Looking into Emily Dickinson” Daily Hampshire Gazette May 15
1979Cotter, Holland.Review of Margaret Taylor show at 47 Bond Street Gallery, The New York Arts Journal, Jan-Feb 1979, p. 31


M.F.A. The University of Massachusetts (1992)
M.A. Mount Holyoke College (1972)
Art Students League, NYC part-time 1964-1966)
Hans Hofmann in Provincetown for summer of 1957
Everett Spruce Painting, The University of Texas (summers 1954-1956)
Bernard Chaet, Rico Lebrun, Gabor Peterdi, Yale University Summer Art School (1956)
Mount Holyoke College, B.A. (1957)

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