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Margery Freeman Appelbaum, American artist. Recipient Maryland Crafts Council Juror's award, Rockville, Doctor of Medicine, 1983; fellowship in visual arts Maryland State Arts Council, 1996.


Appelbaum, Margery Freeman was born on July 15, 1953 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Jacob J. and Rose Freeman.


Bachelor, University Maryland, 1975. Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking, University Maryland, 1978.


Coordinator Art for Public Places Maryland.-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Riverdale, Maryland, 1978-1980, coordinator visual arts program, 1980-1986. Adjunct professor Montgomery College, Takoma Park, 1986-1998, Graduate School, since 2000, Westchester Art Workshop, State University of New York, Whiteplains, New York, since 2000, Marymount College, Tarrytown, 2000—2001. Artist State University of New York Westchester Arts Workshop, White Plains, 2003, Center Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2003, State University of New York Westchester Arts Workshop, White Plains, 2005, College New Rochelle, since 2006.

Roster artist Westchester Arts Council, Artist-in-Residence Program, since 2004. Chair visual arts grant panel State of Maryland, Baltimore, 1978-1980, joint management council, 1981-1988. Artist-in-resident Maryland State Arts Council, Baltimore, 1997.

Adjunct professor Marymount College, Tarrytown, New York, 2000-2002, Graduate School, College New Rochelle, New York, 2000^, State University of New York Westchester Art Workshop, 2001^.


  • Other Work

    • One/two/three-person shows include Plum Gallery, Kensington, Maryland, 1985, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Laurel, Maryland, 1986, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, 1987, Montgomery College, Takoma Park, 1987, Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, 1988, Catonsville Community College, Baltimore, 1989, Franlin Square, Washington, 1993, Glen View Mansion, Rockville, Maryland, 1997. Group exhibitions include Maryland State Arts Council, Baltimore, 1979, Baltimore Museum Art, 1979, 83, Corcoran Gallery Art, Washington, 1980, Woodmere Art Gallery, 1983, Athenaeum Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia, 1984, Fendrick Gallery, Washington, 1985, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1985, Musee cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1985, Maryland Crafts Council, Baltimore, 1986, Parson's Gallery, New York City, 1986, Three Rivers Art Fesitval, Pittsburgh, 1986, David Adamson Gallery, Washington, 1987, Maryland Institute Art, Baltimore, 1987, Hand Workshop, Richmond, Virginia, 1987, Washington Project for Arts, Washington, 1987, 89, Sotheby's, New York City, 1987, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, 1988, Renwick Museum Shop, Washington, 1988, Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1988, Anderson Gallery and Franklin Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, 1989, Washington Project for the Arts, DC, 1989, Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, Neenah, Wisconsin, 1990, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, 1991, Rockville (Maryland) Arts Place, 1995, 96, Governors Estate, Annapolis, Doctor of Medicine, 1997, Northern Westchesfer Center for the Arts, Mount, Kisco, New York, 1999, Marymount College, 2001, Islip (New York ) Museum Contemporary Art, 2002, State University of New York Westchester Art Workshop, White Plains, 2003, 05, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk CT, 2003, Monroe Center for the Arts, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2007, Coral Springs Museum of Art, Fl, 2007, NAWA Gallery, New York, 2008. Represented in permanent collections Washington Post, Incorporated, 1987, Trammel Crow, Woodholm Center, 1991, International Business Machines Corporation Corporation Collection, 1987, Hyatt Regency, Incorporated, 1985, Gannett Company/United States of America Today, 1989, Environs, 1994, Health Technology Association, 1995.

      Contributor to numerous paper including Curator's Comments, Washington Review, Hand paper Making.


Joint management council Art for Public Place, Maryland, 1981—1988. Board member Montgomery County Arts Council, 1982—1983. Member artist advisory board Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, Maryland, 1984—1988.

Chairman Visual Arts Grant Panel, Maryland. Fellow: Drawing Center, New York (juried since 2006). Member: Connecticut Center Contemporary Printmaking, New York Artists Equity, National Association Women Artists since 2007.


Jacob J.

Rose Freeman