Margaret Cherubin announced at the age of two that she was an artist and has passionately maintained that identity throughout her life. She was born in Brooklyn and studied art at the Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn College, graduating with honors academically and in art. Her work has been shown in galleries throughout the United States and in France. Cherubin sculptures are in collections in the United States, France, Greece, and England. Using dreams, myth, nature, and the rich associations they call up in her imagination, she works to touch the common threads that bind us together as human beings. Creating works on paper, sculpting clay dug from the earth, participating in the fiery process that produces bronze, and carving into the natural colors and grains of aged wood or ancient stones, she uncovers what is already there, waiting to resonate within the observer.