Too Many Circles

Too Many Circles (Martha Street Studio, WInnipeg, MB), screen printing, water color, graphite on drywall, 9ft x 8ft x 2ft, 2003.


Marilee Salvator is currently an Assistant Professor of Printmaking and Design at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Her work has been exhibited in 25 solo shows in North America and over 130 group exhibitions throughout North America, South Korea, China, Japan, Portugal, Serbia, Ireland, Scotland, Poland, Italy, New Zealand and Romania.

Her work is included in over 30 collections including JCI University, Jiangxi, China and Sakmi Art Museum, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. She has served as a visiting artist at many universities and art centers throughout the United States and Canada including Arkansas State University, Alberta Printmakers, Calgary, Alberta, Atelier Silex, Trois- Rivieres, Quebec, California State University at Long Beach, Chadron State College, Open Studio, Toronto, Ontario, University of Colorado at Boulder, University of New Mexico, University of Nevada and University of Hawaii at Hilo.

Salvator’s work has been published in New American Paintings and Artweek as well as on the cover of a medical textbook, Regulating Creation, published by University of Toronto Press.