Thank you to Manitoba Arts Council and the Churchill Northern Studies Centre for the amazing opportunity to experience and create in this aw-inspiring landscape.
I am excited to be exhibiting among other finalists for this years inaugural Salt Spring Island National Art Prize. The exhibit runs from September 25th- October 26th at Mahon Memorial Hall, Salt Spring Island.
I was the recipient of this years Canadian Society for Civil Engineering Emerging Artist Award. My Painting was awarded to Sask Power for their innovative design to minimize CO2 emissions.
Through the Representation of Gurevich Fine Art, a selection of my work will be exhibited at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from October 24th-27th. Booth # 1114.
In September 2014, I feel fortunate to be heading to Riding Mountain National Park. For two weeks I will be painting in this cozy cabin.
Winnipeg, MB – On Oct. 25, 2013 Eight emerging female artists will showcase new work at aceartinc gallery. A year-long program through Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art (MAWA) brought the diverse group of artists together. They work in mediums ranging from paintings, prints and photography, to video and mixed-media. Sasha Amaya, Janessa Brunet, Amanda Damsma, […]
Salt of the Earth, New Paintings from Megan Krause Press Release Winnipeg, Manitoba – August 27, 2013 – Megan Krause is an oil painter attempting to reconcile her medium with her message. Ideals of sustainability and environmentalism clash with Krause’s seemingly hypocritical use of oil in her latest exhibit Salt of the Earth. The exhibit opens on […]