Margaret Mousseau

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Margaret Mousseau (American; b. 1955, Rhode Island) studied to be an x-ray technician and worked in a hospital for over twenty years while raising her two sons. In 1971 Mousseau was forced to put a first, secret child up for adoption, traveling to Florida to do so. She began drawing in her early 60s, often sorting the hardships she has suffered. Working in colored pencil on paper, scraps of cardboard and found wood panels, Mousseau has created an often humorous and whimsical world that flies in the face of the trauma it explores. Mousseau has shown at The Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art, Carl Freedman Gallery, White Columns, Jennifer Lauren Gallery, Outsider Art Fair, Intersect Chicago, One Mile Gallery and the Visual Art Center of New Jersey. Her work is included in the public collections of the Bennington Museum, Bennington, VT; and The Museum of Naïve and Marginal Art, Belgrade, Serbia. She is also represented in Pierogi Flatfiles and White Columns Curated Artist Registry. Margaret currently resides in Vermont and volunteers as a home caregiver for the elderly.


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