I have been fortunate enough to have had some pleasant and informative interactions with Margaret Kinkeade. She is incredibly knowledgeable and generous. She creates artwork which addresses memory and emotions associated with replicated, collected tools as ephemeral objects. Her installations often reference the rustic domestic, utilizing wooden framing and supportive elements. Using a stark white clay body to create or sgraffito through terra sigillata, she creates two and three dimensional, literal and figurative, drawings of household items. Through tile and sculpture she evokes a personal, yet relatable narrative. The viewer might not recall her story, but have associations of their own, recalling feelings of time gone by. She adds her own physical memory through working a media which holds the pressure and marks of the artist.