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Megan Liggett was born in Chester, NJ in 1992. She is a candidate for a BFA and MAT in General Fine Arts and Teaching degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2015. She recently completed a mural for Dr. Bob’s Place Children’s Hospice and is working on a commission for the borough of Chester, NJ of 25 … Read More
Megan Liggett was born in Chester, NJ in 1992. She is a candidate for a BFA and MAT in General Fine Arts and Teaching degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2015. She recently completed a mural for Dr. Bob’s Place Children’s Hospice and is working on a commission for the borough of Chester, NJ of 25 paintings for permanent display in the municipal building. Her work has been exhibited in Maryland and New Jersey and has been featured in The Chester- Mendham Patch, The Back River News, JUICE/BOX, and the Observer- Tribune. Liggett currently lives and works out of Baltimore, Maryland. Read Less
  • Special Topics Studio Assistant
    Peter's Valley School of Craft — Layton, NJ, USA
  • Muralist
    Dr. Bob's Place Children's Hospice — Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Painter
    Borough of Chester — Chester, NJ, USA
  • Artist
    Dr. Bob's Place Children's Hospice — Baltimore, MD, USA
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Experiences that come and go in everyday places can cause moments of transitory soul-searching and unexpected spiritual grounding. Moments such as waiting for a train creates mental space to contemplate life, just as the phenomenon of readying an arrow with concentration and practiced ease before releasing that en… Read More
Experiences that come and go in everyday places can cause moments of transitory soul-searching and unexpected spiritual grounding. Moments such as waiting for a train creates mental space to contemplate life, just as the phenomenon of readying an arrow with concentration and practiced ease before releasing that energy clears the mind to questions. These are the kind of transitory moments I seek to capture in my paintings to create a map of memories; colliding and coming together like a collage or scrapbook through installation. By paying homage to these connections, I hope to individualize, yet integrate others experiences and memories with my own. Read Less
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