Margo Linn Espenlaub, Ph.D.
Visual Artist and Writer
Gallery Affiliation: Supporting Member
Spark Gallery Denver

Biographical Statement

Margo is a visual artist who exhibits her abstract drawings and paintings at Spark Gallery in Denver.

In previous decades Margo exhibited her art in various Colorado venues and at the Fermoy Arts Centre in Kings Lynn, England.  Her drawings and large scale canvas constructions have been shown at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, the Denver Art Museum, the Western Colorado Center for the Arts in Grand Junction, and in Denver area galleries.  Her former gallery affiliation was with the Atwell Gallery of Contemporary Art in Colorado Springs.

Margo has written on the history of Front Range Women in the Visual Arts (FRWVA). Her essay, “Modeling Action for a Decade,” was published in the exhibition catalogue that accompanied FRWVA’s retrospective exhibit at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art in 2000.  She is author of “Women in the Arts: Perspectives on Gender and Creativity,” published in Women’s Studies: Thinking Women (1993; 1994).  Margo taught courses in women’s art and autobiography at Colorado Women’s College, University of Denver and the Institute for Women’s Studies and Services, Metropolitan State University of Denver.