Being mindful of the impermanence of the present helps me experience the importance of the moment.

Meg Grugan is a visual artist who uniquely explores her  world, figures, and landscape through painting.

“I have always seen the world in vibrant colors.  Putting color next to color to create shapes and light is what really drives my work.  The texture of the surface combined with the fluidity of the medium helps guide and define my images.  To me, the negative space around an object is just as important as the object…it is the moment that matters most to me.”

Meg graduated from Moore College of Art and Design with a BFA in painting. She continues to study drawing and painting at Moore and at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art.

Meg is a member of International Encaustic Artists and MamaCITA, a mother’s cooperative in the arts.  Her work is held in private collections in the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Meg lives outside Philadelphia, PA with her husband and four children.  Her work is available at Sweet Mabel in Narberth, PA and at the Gallery Store at Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, PA.

Request for commissions should be submitted through the contact us form on this website.

%d bloggers like this: