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Meghan Wise

Posted : June 28th, 2011 by

“My earliest memory of painting is from when I was two. It was a hot summer afternoon. My sister and I were painting on the front steps. Our quiet painting slowly progressed into head to toe body paint. I remember the feel of the brush as it swept over my skin, the tingle and crackle of the paint as it dried. I can remember being completely involved and mesmerized by the freedom and adventurous exploration. I feel that my Mother’s amused and yielding reaction to our impulsive desire also allowed me to keep that sense of freedom and adventure that I still feel today when I paint. My paintings are physical manifestations of my imagination. They are inward explorations of my emotions, how I perceive humanity, nature, civilization and the small details of the world around me. Each painting is a pondering daydream or a fixated fascination that is ushered into existence through my being.”

WEBSITE: http://www.meghanwise.com

Her artwork is hanging at the Streaming Cafe for the month of June (2011)

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