Resume of Peggy Maceo|
Over 30 years experience as a sculptor: models, dioramas, flexible and rigid molds, casting and prototype work, miniature scale models, artifact replication, figures from 2" to life size, life casts, large scale outdoor water features, dinosaur trackways, exhibit construction and design. Woodcarving, ceramics, wax, epoxy, concrete, gunite, and bronze. Museum quality or background work. Work on permanent display in over 14 State parks: Anderson National Historic Site, Georgia; Boerne Nature Center; Austin Nature Center (bronze panels); Nightengale Archeological Site, Marble Falls (Archaic Indian village); Institute of Texas Cultures, San Antonio; Bullock Texas History Museum, history panels, fašade. Portfolio available.
Sewing and pattern making.
Education: 1972 B.F.A. University of Texas, Austin, specializing in sculpture and drawing.
Workshops: 1976-80 Smithsonian Institution, Wash. D.C. "Modelmaking and Production".
Papers: 1982 Texas Archeological Society Newsletter. " Replicating Caddoan Pottery"
1989 " Field and laboratory casting of Dinosaur Tracks". Cambridge University Press.
| Below: Artist Peggy Maceo at work on panels for the Texas State History Museum, |
street painting, preparing sculpture, and building an outdoor water feature.