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After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Art from The University of South Australia in 1996 Megan established a presence in south Australia as a painter who exhibited regularly in commercial galleries and was successful in both local and international competitions. In particular she was selected as a finalist in the BP Portrait prize hosted by the Portrait Gallery in London, the Archibald prize and the Doug Moran portrait prize.
After expanding her practice into commissioned pieces and teaching she returned to tertiary studies in 2021, gaining a First Class Honours in Creative Art in 2022 and winning the Constance Gordon-Johnson Sculpture Prize. Her studies continue in 2023.
Megan's current work explores the interconnection of the natural world, neuroaesthetics, post-humanist philosophy and visual culture. 

"I am fascinated by the ability of visual art to seduce the eye and to open the mind. Visual Art communicates in a way that is both direct and subversive."

Megan divides her time between Adelaide, traditional country of the Kaurna people and Port Lincoln on the Eyre Peninsula, traditional country of the Barngarla people.

Megan can be contacted via the submission form below

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