Margritt CLEGG

Margritt CLEGG
1941

Margritt Clegg was born in Bremen, Germany and moved to the UK in 1965. During the 1980s she obtained degrees in Fine Art and Printmaking from the Wimbledon School of Art and moved to St Ives in 1994.

She has exhibited widely, including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Local exhibiting venues have included the Rainyday Gallery in Penzance and the Millennium Gallery in St Ives. Her work has been featured in various publications including 'Another View : Art in St Ives' by Marion Whybrow.

Her work, St Ives, Cornwall, is mentioned by F Ruhrmund in his review of the 2011 NSA exhibition, 'Uncharted Landscapes', held at the Mariners' chapel gallery, St Ives. 

media

 Printmaking

works and access

 

exhibitions

Mariners Chapel, St Ives, 'Uncharted Landscapes' Aug-Sep 2011 (NSA Exhibition)

2016: STISA Printmakers, Ceramics & Drawing Exhibition (28 May-27 June)

memberships

NSA (1995 onwards)

Porthmeor Printmakers (1996)

misc further info

 

references

www.nsanewlyn.com

Cornishman (14 May 1998)

Cornishman (11 Aug 2011) 'When two societies collide'