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 Margaret Fleming Waldron  (1910 - 1992)

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Lived/Active: Hawaii      Known for: plein-air landscape, seascape, botanic

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Biography from Isaacs Art Center at Hawaii Preparatory Academy:
Margaret Fleming Waldron had a long relationship with Waimea, on the island of Hawaii, and Hawaii. Before she moved to the town of Waimea, she had a distinguished career in Honolulu where from her art studio she and her associates produced products of copper, silver, crystal and native materials for jewelry, textiles, and other home furnishings fro Grossman Moody Ltd. of Waikiki Beach.

She was Artist Coordinator for the Hawaii Pavilion at the 1929 San Francisco World's Fair; she taught textile design at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, and in 1950 was artist and color director for the remodeling of Straub Medical Clinic in Honolulu.

In 1962, she was once again chosen to be Artist Coordinator for the Hawaii Pavilion at the Seattle World's Fair. Margaret was regularly featured in the early "Paradise of the Pacific" magazines and had numerous one-woman shows throughout Hawaii and the Mainland.

Kama'aina residents of Waimea will remember with fondness a lady with white hair and piercing blue eyes who planted her easel in various parts of the town and painted the flowers and landscapes of our Waimea aina. Her studio was located in her house at the corner of Opelo Road and Hoku‚ula Street.

Written by Bernard Nogues, Isaacs Art Center, July 2004

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