Margaret McCannn has had solo exhibitions at Jannone Disegni di Architettura in Milan, The Painting Center in New York, and Artemesia in Chicago. Reviews of her work have been included in La Repubblica, Corriere della Sera, the LA Times, and Huffington Post. McCann studied at Yale U., Washington U. in St. Louis, and the NY Studio School, and her awards include a Fulbright, Ingram-Merrill, Blanche E. Colman, and NH State grants; and artist residencies at Ragdale, Millay, AAIRome, and Cité des Arts in Paris. McCann lived in Rome for eight years, where she taught at American abroad college programs. McCann has also taught at Boston U., U. of New Hampshire, Syracuse U., UVA, Pratt, Montclair U., Semester at Sea, and NY Academy of Art. McCann writes art reviews for twocoatsofpaint.com blog. She edited the NYAA-Skira/Rizzoli book “The Figure – Contemporary Perspectives,” and wrote reviews for Painters' Table, Art New England, and The Portsmouth Herald.