• Happenings, Exhibitions...

    Moving into 2023...

    My solo show Wallpapers for a Warming World is up at Montpelier Arts Center through May 28 and is composed of my screenprints with new work showing my experiments with a plant-based natural screenprint recipe. Reception is May 13, 2-4 pm, all welcome.

    Recent Exhibitions

    Wallpapers for a Warming World
    Montpelier Arts Center Library Gallery
    9652 Muirkirk Rd, Laurel, MD. 20708
    April 8 - May 28, 2023

    A solo exhibition revealing fifteen years of a screenprinting practice featuring bespoke wallpaper patterns that reflect our increasingly fraught relationship with nature and my evolution as an artist to using more sustainable art materials.

    Without Title
    Cultivate Studios
    Mar 19-26, 2023
    A group exhibit of artists who meet regularly as part of Cultivate Projects; brought together by a common desire to re-imagine our approach to the land. "Without Title" rejects the idea of land as something to own or exploit.

    Here Not Here
    Brentwood Arts Exchange
    December 5, 2022 - January 21, 2023
    A group exhibit that examines the idea of lingering traces of things gone; of absence/presence. My Growth Rings (Array) and Growth Rings (Installation 2) are included here, where former work is recycled into material for new work, so that traces of the old segue into the new. Click to see the Washington Post review here: www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainme…
    and the East City Art Review here: www.eastcityart.com/reviews/here-not-he…

    Luther Brady Art Gallery at the Corcoran, GWU
    Sept 15-Dec 3, 2022
    Washington, DC
    In honor of the re-creation of Robert Stackhouse's "Ghost Dance" at the Corcoran, I'm thrilled to be part of this exhibit in this beautiful museum with my Growth Rings installation.

    Masons Exhibitions Arlington, Arlington VA
    Oct 14-Dec 2, 2022 and
    George Mason University Gillespie Gallery,Fairfax
    Jan 23 to March 10.

    Tephra Signature Gallery
    Oct 27, 2022 - Feb 28, 2023
    Reston, VA

    Inspired by artist Sue Wrbican's Buoyant Force sculpture at Reston park, and in collaboration with Sue, Hannah Barco of Tephra ICA and Alyssa Mauru of Mason Exhibitions Arlington, female-identifying artists were invited to create work and an oracle to celebrate the work of previously unheralded Surrealist Kay Sage, to present these and related work at the exhibits Cast/ReCast and Forecast. I'm pleased to have two of my Wallpapers for a Warming World screenprints represented here.


  • Mark Jenkins Review of Human Nature in the Washington Post

  • Buoyant Oracle: A Sculpture that Talks Back

    New Batch of Oracle Readings are Live (January 2022)
    In continuation of the seed grant, generously provided by the GLB Memorial Fund, the next batch of Oracle readings are now live! This batch of Oracle readings were created by Rahne Alexander, Veronica Jackson, Naoko Wowsugi, Mira Hecht, and Maggie Gourlay. Try Buoyant Oracle out and see if you get any of the new readings!


  • Brand49 Exhibit Review, Pasadena Weekly

  • Washington Post Review of Migration/Adaptation in the Anthropocene

  • Washingtonian Review of Migration/Adaptation in the Anthropocene

  • Washington Post Review of Strictly Painting Exhibit

  • Guarlingo Review of Babel's Bricks by Michelle Aldridge

  • Q&A Guide Lines Curator Georgia Dennis with Maggie Gourlay

  • Washington Post Review of AAC Solos

  • Bmoreart review of Sondheim Semi-Finalist Exhibit

  • Review by Mark Jenkins in the Washington Post

    In The Galleries: Maggie Gourlay
    The Washington Post, September 14, 2014

  • Michael O'Sullivan review in Washington Post

  • wpa Interview Curator Ren Waung on SELECT 2013