Megan Walch

Meg exploits the extreme plastic conditions of painting and drawing as a model for fluid and plastic thought.  She mixes abstraction and figuration to cross cultural and aesthetic boundaries of form; drawing on pictorial traditions from Europe and South East Asia.  Her work research interests have evolved through residencies in the United States, Paris, Taipei, Thailand, Tokyo, South Korea and Tasmania.

Meg is an Artist, Educator and Arts Advocate. She is Samstag Scholar, an alumnus of the San Francisco Art Institute, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, USA and the Space Program, New York. She has a studio-based Doctorate from the University of Tasmania and is the Director of Studio Giblin Inc.

Samphire Flats, the Big Punchbowl

These works give form to flux.

The paintings are created from oil paint and enamel on archival sign-writing panel.

Fluidity and turbulence are suspended as signs of our time.