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Carrie Megan
"Perspective," Take Some Shade," & "Stepping Back" | Paintings by Carrie Megan
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"Perspective," Take Some Shade," & "Stepping Back" | Paintings by Carrie Megan
"Perspective," Take Some Shade," & "Stepping Back" | Paintings by Carrie Megan
"Perspective," Take Some Shade," & "Stepping Back" | Paintings by Carrie Megan
"Perspective," Take Some Shade," & "Stepping Back" | Paintings by Carrie Megan

"Perspective," Take Some Shade," & "Stepping Back" - Paintings

Price from $750 to $1,500

Creation: 8-10 weeks

Three 6" square abstract landscapes installed in a custom built bookcase.

Price varies on size of individual canvases (6"squares shown to 12"squares). Shipping costs not included.

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Item "Perspective," Take Some Shade," & "Stepping Back"
Created by Carrie Megan
As seen in Private Residence, Plymouth, MA
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Carrie Megan
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2018
Each landscape evokes a unique sense of place, time and emotion.

Originally from NYC, Carrie Megan began her career as a graphic designer and art director,
where she worked for many years on branding and packaging for a diverse range of consumer products.
Marriage and a position at Gillette as a design manager took her to the Boston area, where
she settled and raised three children. Along the way, she discovered the exacting art of botanical
drawing and painting, which lead her on a journey to capture the minute details and ephemeral beauty of
plant life. After many years working as a botanical artist and teacher, she expanded her wings once again, to take in the broad vistas of nature through the art of landscape painting. This dramatic shift in focus from micro to macro, has informed a different approach to how she creates art, challenging her to look beyond the literal and to tap into a more visceral way of working. From the mountains to the sea, the diverse environments of New England inspires the work she does, both plein air and in her studio.