20 May 1975 - 3 February 2003
Margaret Muller was jogging along a pathway between the Rose Gardens and the children's playground when she was attacked and stabbed numerous times with a knife. Several people nearby who heard her screams came to the site where she lay. She died shortly thereafter. This happened around 8:30 AM in broad daylight.
Anniversary Appeal for Information to Catch Margaret's Killer
On 3 February 2004, the London Met Police will be conducting an Anniversary Appeal in Victoria Park for information regarding the attack on Margaret. They have set up a web page describing the event at http://www.met.police.uk/news/stories/muller.htm. In addition to the description of the 3 February 2004 event, some information about investigation, it's current status, and related events are provided. Please take a moment to view that site.
A police investigation into the murder is ongoing. The London Met Police are offering a £15,000 Reward to anyone with information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the attack.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Incident Room on 020 8345 1594; or if you wish to remain anonymous you can call Crimestoppers on 0800-555-111.
Margaret was in the process of updating this site and adding some of her more recent works. This activity will continue and an update in keeping with the directives she provided will be made in the near future. Messages concerning Margaret can be directed to: WebMaster@MargaretMuller.com
|A Note from the Artist: Thank You for visiting my site. And a special thanks to all of you returning to view new paintings. There are two new paintings categories Still Life and Commissions . Additional new paintings have been added to Realization,. The prior Introspection theme has been suplanted with the Self-Portraits. This theme contains additional works and provides an alternative mode of presentation. The entry page to the Life Room has been restuctured. A Methods and Materials page has been added. Its purpose is to present articles on materials and techniques for their use in the art of creating paintings. The first article for this page explains techniques for stretching, sizing and priming linen. Please read the Disclaimer concerning use of information provided in this site. Questions or comments can be directed to me at mcm@MargaretMuller.com.
Earlier works were made in the studios of the Art and Visual Technologies department of George Mason University under the guidance of Margarida Kendall. Paintings are aggregated by thematic content into seven categories shown below.
To view paintings displayed at the
Slade School of Fine Art
Degree Show 2001
Select the above image
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