Award winning and acclaimed artist Meg MacKenzie has her work in both international and national private collections. She draws her inspiration from the complex color formed by the early morning and late afternoon sunlight. The acrylic pieces reflect nature’s patterns with texture, moodiness and unexpected color. The watercolor pieces are realistic, simplistic, and elegant yet reflects an unexpected abstract quality.
She is a member of the Potomac Valley Watercolorists, Virginia Watercolor Society, The Art League in Old Town Alexandria, the Arlington Artists Alliance and the Northern Virginia Watercolor Workshop.
Meg has been accepted in and has won awards in juried group shows at The Art League Gallery at the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, Virginia. Her work will be in the 2007-2008 Bin Gallery at the Art League Gallery. In 2005 and 2006, her woork was chosen to be displayed in the Kennedy Center National Symphony Orchestra Designers’ Show House. She has shown at various locations throughout Northern Virginia including the Ellipse Art Center and Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, Virginia and in 2007, the Mid-Atlantic watercolor show at Strathmore Hall.
She has shown in the Tidewater Virginia area, has done commissioned work and murals in the Shenandoah Valley, and now lives and shows in Northern Virginia.