Margaret Hoybach, a multi-talented artist specializing in watercolors, has the ability to transform her vision of the world into unique and beautiful works of art.
Extensive painting trips to Europe, the Orient and throughout the United States have given her
a rich inspiration for her
work centers on close-ups of nature and combines integral detail with impressionistic interpretation.
Viewers also take pleasure in her
vibrant colors that highlight her
scenes from her
many travels to Provence, France.
, a native of Washington, DC, lives near Charleston, SC.
background in art includes a degree from the University of Maryland School of Fine Arts
"Colors of France: A Painting Pilgrimage", by Margaret Hall Hoybach
and Joan Brown, is the story of her journey through France to Monet's Gardens, in Giverny near Paris.
is a five time Merit Award winner in the South Carolina Watercolor Society Annual Exhibition.
was selected in 1993 as the Commemorative Artist for the Sesquicentennial Celebration of The Citadel
, Charleston, SC.
has had numerous one man exhibitions throughout the United States, and has also exhibited in France and England.