Margaret Metzger Keane, who comes from a family of architects, engineers and artist, favors realism, detail, perspective and lots of color.
Trained at the prestigious Albright Art Gallery, Margaret went through the Gallery's teach training and transferred to the Starin Art Institute. During World War II she worked at Bell Aircraft while painting commissions in her home studio. She continued private lessons with Virginia Tillou in the studio of Mrs. Seymour Knox.
Mrs. Keane has shown work in multiple local venues including the Abright Knox Art Gallery, the Burchfield Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College's Upton Hall, the Wilcox mansion, the Buffalo Club, and Buffalo Seminary, as well as mounting a solo show at the newly renovated gallery space at the YWCA.
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