|Margaret Bailey Doogan||
Title: Ex Cathedra
Medium: Oil on linen
Size: 72" x 48"
Bailey Doogan's body of work includes film, 3-D constructions, and primarily, painting and drawing. She received her BFA from Moore College of Art in Philadelphia and her MA from UCLA. Her animated film, SCREW, A TECHNICAL LOVE POEM has won numerous awards and been previewed in festivals nationally and internationally including: The Cambridge Animation Festival, England; International Festival of Women's Films, Denmark; The Venice Biennale, Italy; The Ann Arbor Film Festival; The American Film Festival; and the Brooklyn and Hirshorn Museums.
Her paintings and drawings have been exhibited in diverse solo and group venues including: The Alternative Museum, New York; The Hillwood Museum, New York; The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, California; The Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona; the San Antonio Museum, Texas; The J. Claramunt, Jayne H. Baum, and ACA Galleries, New York; and Etherton Stern Gallery, Arizona.
Articles and reviews of Bailey Doogan's work have appeared in major publications including: Art in America, ArtNews, The Village Voice, New Art Examiner, Artspace, Art Journal, M/E/A/N/I/N/G, Visions, and The Woman's Art Journal. She currently holds the position of Professor of Painting/Drawing at the University of Arizona in Tucson.