My paintings are a study of color, form and composition—a contemplation of the beauty and balance found in nature. My study of illustration has a strong influence on my style, which is representational but not realistic. Art Nouveau and the Arts and Crafts Movement, which is sometimes cited as a prelude to Modernism, also influence my work.
Megan Moore is a painter who lives and works in Minneapolis. Originally from Huntsville, AL, she received her BFA in Illustration from the Savannah (GA) College of Art in 2002 and moved to Minnesota. Moore works as an independent artist and freelance graphic designer. She is a member of NEMAA (Northeast Minneapolis Artist’s Association), LoLa (the League of Longfellow Artists), and Studiopolis (a nine-artist studio group at the Northrup King Building).
Moore has shown her paintings widely including at The Phipps Art Center, Hudson, WI (2016). She has also shown with Regla de Oro Gallery, Minneapolis (2016, solo); Artist Mercantile, St. Paul (2015, solo); Epiphany Gallery at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Excelsior, MN (2015, solo); Sherburne County Government Building, Elk River, MN (2014); Owatonna (MN) Hospital (2013); Crossings Art Center, Zumbrota, MN (2013); Wren Café, Luck, WI (2012); and Penny George Institute, Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis (2012). Juried awards include selection as cover art for NEMAA Directory (2014) and Best in Show at Highland Art Festival, St. Paul, MN (2010). She has collaborated in public art programs in the Twin Cities including Utility Box Art Wraps at Midtown Greenway, Minneapolis (2012) and the mural One Pillar Pagoda, St Paul (2012). Moore’s work has been commissioned by private individuals and by businesses. Prints of her paintings are available at several galleries and shops in the Twin Cities including the Art Shoppe in Midtown Global Market, HWY North, and Piccadilly Prairie.
Contact Megan with questions about paintings, prints or commissions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 612.770.9238