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Margaret Rodgers is an Oshawa-based artist. Much of her work combines painting and photography, including both transfer processes and contact printing using solar sensitive dyes on vintage linens. In 2018 she exhibited solar prints at Fort St. John North Peace Museum, B.C. and at the Women's Art Association of Canada, Toronto. Other exhibition activity includes IRIS at 20+1 (CWSE) at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), IRIS at 20 RMG, FILMIC , Station Gallery, Whitby 2015, Closeups at RMG Oshawa 2015, No Man's Land (Erring on the Mount festival, Peterborough), The Tree Museum: Easy Come, Easy Go (AGP), WhiteOut, TAC Art/Work Gallery, Toronto, and OshawaSpaceInvaders, 2013-14. International exhibition activity includes Deviant Detours, Kunsthaus Gallery, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, Beijing World Art Museum, and the Lake Placid/Saranac Lake area, NY.
She is founder of the IRIS Group, a collective of women artists, formerly art professor at Durham and Centennial Colleges and Director/Curator at VAC Clarington. She is the author of Locating Alexandra (Toronto: ECW, 1995) about Painters Eleven artist Alexandra Luke, and is published in venues including OshaWhat, Art and Ecology, Sculpture, Urban Glass, Canadian Art, ESPACE, and the Journal of Canadian Studies. Her blog is at margaretrodgers.ca.
She was a member of Heritage Oshawa for several years and served on Oshawa's Cultural Leadership Council and is a member of the Women's Art Association of Canada.