Currently Head of Printmaking and Director of Graduate Studies at Indiana University’s Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture and Design, Templeton has exhibited widely in the United States and Canada, where early in her career she received Third Prize at the Great Canadian Printmaking Competition. Her work is recognized across Europe, Asia, and South America and has been featured at print biennials in Malaysia, Poland, Russia, Italy, Japan, and Seoul, where she received a Purchase Award at the 14th International Print Biennale in 2006. In 2019 she was awarded Honorable Mention at the 2nd International Print Biennial in Yereven, Armenia. Templeton has had more than twenty solo exhibitions at major museums, institutions, and galleries, including the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina; Anchor Graphics, Chicago; Instituto Superior de Arte Santa Ana, and Project Áce in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her prints appear in more than thirty different collections worldwide, and her work has been published in more than sixty different books, magazines, catalogs, and journals, including The Canadian Encyclopedia; Great Canadian Printmaking; and Grapheion: European Review of Modern Prints, Book, & Paper Art. Recently, she has begun incorporating textiles, large-scale digital printing and gold leafing into her work as featured in the exhibit INTER•WOVEN in Łódź, Poland; The Second International Triennial of Contemporary Graphic Arts in Novosibirsk 2018, “Pandora’s Box” at the Novosibirsk State Art Museum in Novosibirsk, Russia; Departures: Masterpieces of Contemporary Canadian Printmaking at the ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art in Bangkok, Thailand, and Third Printmaking Biennial 2018 at the City Cultural Centre, Cacak, Serbia.