Maria Fee is an artist, theologian, and educator. Her visual art explores ideas of fragmentation, metizaje (cultural mixing), alienation, and hospitality. These notions also drive her theological research currently explored in the upcoming book The Art of Theaster Gates and a Theology of Hospitality. As an adjunct professor at Fuller, she delves into theology and art topics through courses like Visual Arts and the Christian and Capstone Theology and Art. Dr. Fee is currently the director of Brehm Cascadia in Seattle.
Published papers are included in the Journal of the Society for the Arts in Religious and Theological Studies, Seen (Christians in the Visual Arts), and About Worship: A Worship Curriculum for Teenagers. Forthcoming work includes an essay in Liturgy 35.4, and cowriting credit for a chapter in T & T Clark Companion to Theology and the Arts.