Sandler Hudson Gallery

Margaret Fletcher is represented by Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia. With a commitment to the arts for over 25 years, Sandler Hudson Gallery is dedicated to promoting the most innovative contemporary fine art. The gallery was established in 1989 by native Atlantans, Robin Sandler and Debbie Hudson. 

Sandler Hudson exhibits provocative and beautifully executed work by established and mid-career contemporary artists both in the Southeast and nationwide. The work featured is represented in a variety of media including painting, drawing, photography, video and sculpture. For further information, please feel free to contact the gallery directly. (source:


Sandler Hudson Gallery
1000 Marietta Street NW, Suite 116
Atlanta, GA 30318
T/ 404.817.3300
Co-Owners:  Robin Sandler & Debbie Hudson


The Hambidge Center

Margaret Fletcher is a Fellow of the Hambidge Center. Hambidge provides a residency program that empowers talented individuals to explore, develop, and express their creative voices. Situated on 600 acres in the mountains of north Georgia, Hambidge is a sanctuary of time and space that inspires individuals working in a broad range of disciplines to create works of the highest caliber. As one of the first artist communities in the U.S., the Hambidge Center has a distinguished history of supporting individual artists in a residency program. The Center also continues to act as a steward of its extraordinary 600-acre setting in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

The Center was created in 1934 by Mary Hambidge, who established the artist enclave and sustainable farm in memory of her artist partner, Jay Hambidge (1867–1924). After a brief career as a performer on vaudeville stages (Mary was a world-class whistler who appeared with her pet mockingbird Jimmy), she discovered weaving and eventually found her home among Appalachian weavers in the North Georgia mountains. (source:


Auburn University program of Architecture

Margaret Fletcher is an Associate Professor in the Program of Architecture at Auburn University. She is the Coordinator of the First Year Program in Architecture. Fletcher’s research and creative work is focused on the visual representation of architectural ideas and architecture pedagogy. She teaches the first year program studio sequence and the first year program visual communication sequence. Fletcher's areas of research focus predominately on the representation of architectural ideas. However, she also has a profound interest in beginning design education and pedagogy and a large body of her academic research is on this topic.

Fletcher recently published a book on portfolio design titled, Constructing the Persuasive Portfolio: the only primer you'll ever need, Routledge, 2016.

Ranked in the top 20 programs in the nation 9 years in a row, the curriculum in architecture was established in 1907, making Auburn one of the first universities in the nation, and the first in the South, to offer architecture as a major.  Over the past century, the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) has grown to include three allied degree programs: architecture, interior architecture, and landscape architecture. (source:

Fletcher's studio at ACAC

Fletcher's studio at ACAC

Atlanta Contemporary art center

Margaret Fletcher was a resident artist at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center from 2009 to 2011.

“The program seeks to provide local artists the opportunity to create in a setting that supports their artistic development and provides them with the resources necessary to advance their careers.

Emerging, mid-career, and established Atlanta-based artists are invited to apply through an open call process; a panel of current board members, staff, and representatives from the Atlanta art community review the applications. Selection criteria include consistency with the institutional focus on contemporary art, level of activity as a working artist, and history of community involvement.” (source: