Margaret Glew lives and paints in Toronto. Using a personal language of form and gesture, she makes intuitive, layered abstracts that are metaphors for the emotional landscape we all inhabit.
She has been exhibiting her work in Toronto and environs since 1989. She is represented in Toronto by Canadian Fine Arts, in Mississauga by Rumi Galleries, and in Kelowna, B.C., by SOPA Gallery. She has also shown in New York, and Atlanta. Her work is in a number of public and corporate collections, including the City of Toronto Archives, the City of Scarborough Art Collection, and the Richmond Hill Public Library collection.