Cultural and Ecological Health
Peg Butler is an artist, designer, educator and environmental consultant whose work often relates to issues of cultural and ecological health. She works independently and collaboratively to guide and create projects that engage with people and places to uncover, seed and support connections and relationships. Peg also manages percent for art projects for Oregon Arts Commission, has collaborated with artist Buster Simpson on public art projects since 2006, and worked for four years as a designer in the architecture studio of Eric Lloyd Wright in Malibu, California. She earned a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography from the University of Massachusetts in Boston.