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Margo McCafferty is an artist who divides her time between the Pacific Northwest and Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula.  Her drawings, paintings and prints are exhibited and collected internationally.  She holds an MFA in Drawing and Painting from Arizona State University, has taught art at Arizona State University, Western Oregon University, and Chemeketa Community College, and has taught many workshops at various art centers over the course of her career.  Along with her husband, Tom Rudd, she has completed a number of artist residencies, at Isle Royale National Park, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Toledo School for the Arts, and Finlandia University.  She also worked as the Public Art Registrar for the Oregon Arts Commission and wrote art criticism for ArtsOregon magazine.  

Earlier in life, Margo had the very good fortune to spend three years in Japan, where she taught English at Matty's English Center in Oppama.  This was followed by 18 months in Gaeta, Italy.  Immersion in these two very different cultures has had a lasting impact on her sense of aesthetics.

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