Constance Jenkins Macky was an Australian-born American artist and teacher. She was known for her portraits, landscape paintings, and still life paintings. Constance Jenkins Macky and her spouse founded the Spencer Macky Art School in San Francisco in 1916. The first location of the school was at Post Street, near Gough Street in a building that housed many other notable artists including Leo Lentelli, Clark Hobart, William Claussen, Louise Mahoney, Florence Lundberg, Sigmund Beel, and George Hyde. The school was popular and moved to a larger space at the "Artists Building" at 535 Sacramento Street in San Francisco. By 1917, the Spencer Macky Art School was merged with the California School of Fine Arts (CSFA; now known as the San Francisco Art Institute).