Tuesday, March 23, 2010

She Wears a Flower

Experimenting with this style of mine still...I am always playing in my head with proportions, size of limbs, body parts in proportion to other body parts.  Then I think, hairstyle? clothing?  How DO these people dress or do their hair?  I'm trying to imagine all parts of this "world" I've created.  The possibilities are endless. 

My next project is for a charity in Los Angeles called "A Place to Bark".  I was approached on Flickr by a woman who is doing a book of paintings to be auctioned off on Ebay.  It's an animal rescue place in L.A. and I'm so excited to be a part of it.  I may be doing more than one painting but we'll see!

Have a great Tuesday everyone!


  1. this is just awesome, megan! you go, girl!!!

  2. I love her hair style and that vibrant red colour. That background is awesome.

  3. Hi Megan,
    As I said on Flickr, she's wonderful!
    So glad I found my way here...

  4. YEAH!! Hi Renee...I've got some cool art cookin' up for your charity book. Can't wait!

  5. This is so cheerful and happy....great color...i love it..

  6. thanks! glad you like it :)

  7. Thank you for commenting on my blog because I clicked on over here to your blog and NOW I AM A FAN. I LOVE your work! It's gorgeous. Your style is amazing! I'm going to be a frequent visitor here.

  8. Hi Megan. I really love your mixed media artwork. May I ask how did you make the texture? Thank you, Megan.

  9. Anonymous4:23 PM

    Hi Megan, I have just seen this beautiful creation on your ning group. Awesome!
    It is lovely to hear about you playing with idea's and creating a world were these beauties live.

    I am struggling a little with my art this way. Wishing to create a whole world around them.
    Your style is so your own and it is harder to thing what goes together.
    I have been feeling this.

    You just keep creating these awesome creations. Your fabulous!
    I know the world is going to utterly awesome also!



  10. thanks Julie-- you r just the sweetest thing. makin' my day again!

    it is a hard thing to do -- imagine the way all things look in a world you created...the sky is the limit which makes it even more daunting I think. takin' it slow here...with small children to raise, time is very valuable and so, it is rare as well. have a great weekend!



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