Megan Fatharly has just completed her Foundation diploma in Art & Design at Falmouth School of Art and is about to commence on our BA Drawing course. From 10 September to 10 October her work from her foundation course will be exhibited on the London Arts Board. As Megan herself says, it is “a rather unconventional way to have my work displayed but I am thrilled to have been asked.”
Megan’s inspiration come from the outside environment, the patterns and repetitive marks found on trees, stones and the shapes within the landscape. She recreates these patterns through texture, colour and mark-making often using printmaking techniques, “I have a love for the process of printmaking as I have a very chaotic, fast paced way of working. I find the method of working meditative and repetitive which slows me down and helps me refine my ideas.”
You can see more of her work here.
And you can read her blog of interviews with artists and reviews of exhibitions at http://megansartspace.blogspot.co.uk
You can view the exhibition here: http://londonartsboard.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/organic-chaos.html
Or in person on the corner of Vestry Road and Peckham Road.