In 2009, Margaret and her husband Ed (who happens to be one of Albuquerque's premier architects), bought an old service station that had fallen into disrepair, and they gutted and renovated it into its current state. (Ed received the 2010 and 2011 AIA Albuquerque Merit Award and the Jeff Harnar Award for Contemporary Architecture - Honorable Mention for Margaret's studio design).
The transformation of the space has been impressive, not only as a result of Ed's architectural vision, but also from Margaret's equally ambitious painting regimen, greatly enhanced by her newfound artistic liberty (mainly the ability to work on several paintings at once). Be on the lookout for her paintings in the near future both in Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
The entryway to her studio south of Nob Hill.
The west facing patio makes for nice afternoon sunlight