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Margaret Elizabeth Stucki, American painter, writer. Recipient 4 awards for photography, 1951, 1961, 1997, 1999, Poetry prize, Swiss Civic Cultural Society, 1983; grantee, Research Council, Finger Lakes, New York, 1967.


Stucki, Margaret Elizabeth was born on January 9, 1928 in West New York, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of William Eugene and Elise (Hohl) Stucki.


Bachelor in Philosophy, Barnard College, 1949. Master of Arts in Fine Art, Columbia University, 1959. Postgraduate, Art Students League New York City, 1951.

ABD, New York University, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Freedom University, Orlando, Florida, 1975.


Professor art Hartwick College, New York, 1962-1972.


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    • One-woman shows include Wichita Art Association, Kansas, 1967, Swiss Center, New York City, 1975, Capitol Building, Augusta, Maine, 1978, United States Senate, Washington, 1987, Idaho television 8, 1998, Idaho State University Women's Art Show, 2000, exhibitions include Treasure Valley Juried Exhibition, Boise State University, 1998, principal works include oil painting The Crucifixion, Temple Baptist Church, Tallahassee, portraits. Author: The Revolutionary Mission of Modern Art or Crud and Other Essays on Art, 1973, War on Light: The Destruction of the Image of God in Man Through Modern Art, 1975, Eco-Elegia: Elegies in Ecology, 1981, Gullible's Travels: An Educational Tax Exempt Trip Around the World in a Hot Air Balloon, 1987, October: A Thoreaunal, 2002, Margaret Stucki: A Pictorial Autobiography of the Swiss-American Artist (since 1928), 2004, Croak: Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics-United States of America Top Secret Weather Control Tesla-Tech, 2005. Painting, Branding of Dresden.


Public speaker Rorschach Society Projective Techniques, London, 1968, 3d International Congress Social Psychiatry, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, 1970, Women for Constitutional Governor, Washington, 1975, national conventions, Boston, 1977, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1988, Rotary Club, Farmington, Maine, 1979.


William Eugene Stucki

Elise (Hohl) Stucki