Here is a sampling of Meghan’s work to be presented at the show.   Below is her statement.


It is often when we find ourselves mistaking the map for the territory that drawn out pauses and slow, nearly geologic, shifts in thought begin to occur. I am interested in these moments- when circumstances and their aftermaths become unfamiliar, unresolved, unanswered, recounted and still not complete with clarity. In this work I am looking at the loss of water – the evidence of its existence through the physical aftermath it leaves behind- and asking what exists once it is gone?


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