Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Tranquil Plains

Tranquil Plains by collage artist Megan Coyle

"Tranquil Plains"
Collage on paper
12"x16"

To change things up a bit - since I've been working on so many animal collages - I decided to put together a landscape piece. In the next couple of weeks I should probably get started on a new series of landscape pieces. I have a solo show next year where I'd like to exhibit landscape and cityscape collages of various sights around the DC area. And since landscape isn't an easy subject for me to tackle, because I'm more interested in figures and animals, it will be quite a challenge. Thus I figure it's better to get started early on that project so I can ensure that all the artwork is a consistent quality for the show.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Beautiful!

Shirley said...

Gosh, Megan, your work is soo so wonderful! It's so exciting to read that your work in in the museum!! Congratulations! What a delight it is to read your kind comment at my blog..thank you for your visit!

Beth Niquette said...

Oh! Gasp! This is just amazing--you are so talented. I have no idea how you are able to create such beauty from little pieces of fragmented paper.

Astonishing.