Megan Marrins work often has a feeling of timeless melancholia. This sense is helped by her use of vintage photographic material that she has amassed over time from estate sales and flea markets. She derives a lot of her influences from literature, music and dialogue.
Living and working in New York she has exhibited painting, sculpture, photography and mixed media throughout the US and in 2005 was recognised by Art Review as one of 25 Emerging US Artists in an exhibition at Phillips de Pury and Company.
BFA School of Visual Arts, New York, USA
2007: solo exhibit, Under the Net, Petra Projects / Mehr Gallery, New York, USA
Nelson, Karen, New York Times, Sunday Styles "Surreal by Bits and Pieces", February 2008
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Big Lou, 2008
Bill Loves Linda, 2008
Crazy About Jen, 2008
The Bich, 2008
Untitled (Dripping), 2008
Untitled (Fish), 2008
Untitled (Hearts), 2008