Maggi Peach is a perpetual emerging artist born and raised in San Antonio, Texas.

Her interest in art lies the depiction of personal and family narratives and observations to create a lasting legacy to combat existential dread, as well as capturing the human spirit via human and pet portraits. She uses painting, block printing, and 3D figures/assemblage to express these ideas.

Maggi has a masters in business management and a background in the healthcare industry but hopes to find her people and place in the world of art.

Maggi’s works have been exhibited in such thrilling places as meeting rooms, coffee shops and comic / anime conventions, and that one time in my duplex stairwell.

In 2006 Maggi was awarded a $500 San Antonio College scholarship for a wining a poster design contest for the San Antonio College Women’s Center (now Empowerment Center). Maggi was able to present this poster to women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem during a speaking event at the college. It’s all been downhill since that moment.

Bonus: Here’s a video of me on KSAT Live doing a craft demonstration on behalf of the organization Spare Parts. (08/01/2022)