Biography

b.unspecified-2 1984, Saskatoon SK 

Megan D. Krause completed her BA in International Development Studies at Canadian Mennonite University and more recentlyher BFA Honours in Painting at the University of Manitoba in 2011. With an emphasis on the environment and human ecology, her work has gained wide recognition. She has received support from both MAC and WAC, including the Deep Bay Artists’ Residency, the Churchill Artists’ Residency, and the inaugural Nellie McClung Arts Legacy Award. Megan teaches painting and drawing at the Community School of Music and the Arts and at the Winnipeg Art Gallery Studio. She recently joined the board of directors for Mentoring Artists for Woman’s Art (MAWA). Her work is currently represented by Gurevich Fine Art in Winnipeg and Galerie D’Este in Montreal.

Megan resides in Winnipeg with her husband Jesse, and together they support each-other’s creative endeavours.