Megan painting en plein air, Summer 2016.

Megan painting en plein air, Summer 2016.

 

Megan is a classically trained painter from Southampton,, New York.

She Graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2010 from Savannah College of Art and Design.

Megan lived and studied in Florence, Italy from 2012-2015 and graduated from the Florence Academy of Art Advanced Painting Program in June 2015. Megan is a member of The Salmagundi Club and the Portrait Society of America.

Megan is proud to be represented by The Artist Study Gallery & Studio in Southampton, NY., where she exhibits her work, as well as teaches Drawing and Painting. for more information email info@theartistsstudy.com

Exhibitions

'Mastery of Form'-group show, The Artist Study Gallery, October 2017

       'Pitture Della Vita' -Solo Show, The Artist Study Gallery, August 2017

        The Artist Study Gallery opening, Southampton, NY April 2017

        Junior & Scholarship Members' Show, The Salmagundi Club, NY 2017

        SCNY New Members' Exhibition, The Salmagundi Club, NY 2017

        Pittura E Pelle, The Art Gallery at 1708 House, Southampton, 2016

Art of the Farms Workshop, The Artist Study-July 2016- Instructor

Water Mill Museum Annual Members' Show, Water Mill, NY 2016

        Salmagundi Club Annual Members' show, NYC, 2016

1708 House Solo Show, Southampton, NY 2015

REPRESENT show, Century Theatre, London, 2014

Florence Academy of Art student exhibition, Florence, Italy, 2014

1708 House Solo Show, Southampton, NY 2014

Florence Academy of Art Student Exhibition, Florence, Italy, 2013

1708 House Solo Show, Southampton, NY 2013

Guild Hall Art sHow, East Hampton, NY 2012

St. John's Summer Show, Southampton, NY 2004-2013

Awards/Honors

        The Artist's Magazine 33rd Annual Art Competition-Finalist 2016

        Portrait Society of America- Conference Scholarship 2016

        Stobart Foundation Grant recipient 2015

        Stacey Scholarship Award Recipient 2014

 

 

“Life is very short...But I would like to live four times, and if I could, I would set out to do no other things than I am seeking now to do.”
— William Merritt Chase