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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 a… 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
Published:
Memory Map Set Up
 
March 2013
Buttermilk Falls

Oil on Board with Acrylic on Duralar
9 x 29 x 1"
2012
Beaver Lake Set Up
 
Oil on Oak Tree, Acrylic on Duralar, Bullets, Thread
24 x 14 x 1" est.
2012
Burning of the N
 
Oil on Board
4 x 4 x 1"
2012
Archery Range Set Up (Archery Range & Burning of the N)
 
Oil On Board, Wooden Arrows
7 x 7 x 11"
2012
Displaced Home
 
Thread on Linen with Embroidery Hoop
2 x 2"
2012
Fell's Point Set Up
 
Oil on Board, Paper, Fish Hooks & Lures, Sticker, Beer Can, Nails
14 x 12 x 1"
 
2013
 
Todd's Trail

Oil on Clay Board, Candels with Embroidary Floss
5 x 7"
2012
Long Distance (Part 1) Set Up
 
Razr Phone, Cherry Shadowbox, Transparency Paper
9 x 7 x 2.5" (with 2' trail)
2013
National Aquarium
 
Oil on Arches Paper, Bubble Fish tank, Stones, Fake Plants, Plastic Seashells, 1/32 Architectural Model Person, Miniature Bottle
2013
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.
 
For more work, visit http://www.meganliggett.com/