NANCY MCGEE, Artist/Printmaker, and  retired Professor of Art (the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design) is an acknowledged authority on water-based serigraphy, sharing her techniques with artists, printmakers, students and educators since 1981.  Invited throughout the United States as a Visiting Artist/Lecturer, she has presented Aqua Screen Seminars and workshops for numerous Art Academies, Universities and Art Centers.

McGee’s award winning work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries, including the National Gallery of American Art of the Smithsonian Institution, the Chicago Art Institute, the Albuquerque Art Museum, and the National Academy of Design in New York.  Her work is included in  public and private collections  internationally.

Enthusiastic about the sharing of ideas between artists of differing cultures, she has traveled throughout Europe, Turkey,  Mexico, and the Caribbean,  visiting and interviewing artists in their studios.

With a sabbatical award in 1995-96, Ms. McGee worked in Berlin Germany in her private studio in Kreuzberg,  and at the Druckwerkstatt International Print Workshop, editioning her own unique serigraphs.

Her work “The Memory Series” was featured in two solo exhibitions in Berlin.

McGee’s work now includes Digital Printmaking.  Her digital artwork entitled “Chromoscope  Shield”, was exhibited in the Ninth New York Digital Salon.  The work has also been included in the historical survey of digital art by Bruce Wands, published in 2006 by Thames & Hudson Ltd, UK, titled “Art In the Digital Age”.





Website links:

Resume:Bio; Nancy McGee.pdf

Mendocino Art Center

Photo Credits: Erol Reyal