Winter & Summer Tulips

Margaret's tulip paintings came from a sense of wonder and excitement about discovering a commonality between the sacred spaces within the great cathedrals of Europe and the hearts of flowers. Never one to waste time, Margaret turned a large commercial space at 50 W. Shaw (and Blackstone) into a spacious gallery for her first-ever painting exhibition, "Summer Tulips," in July of 1992. Her "Winter Tulips" exhibition followed in spring of 1993. Some of the pieces from those shows are shown below.

flower_84
tulip_88
two_red_flowers_85
red_yellow_91
red_flower_91
two_part_red_yellow_86
two_yellow_flowers_1992
two_part_yellow_86
yellow_flower_back_background_1
tulips_1992_2
yellow_flower_1
pink&white_flower
pink_flower_89
tulips_1992_1
pink_tulip_87
transformations
red_tulip
flower_83