Margaret Meehan

Born: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Lives: Dallas, Texas

With images of Victoriana, feral behavior, medical anomalies and barren landscapes, Margaret Meehan's work proposes a choreographed fight outside the circled square. Her drawings, photography and sculpture-based installations, derived from 19th c. cabinet cards, let the innocent collide with the monstrous, evoking race, gender, and empathy for otherness. She lives and works in Texas, sometimes in Austin and sometimes in Dallas. Her work has been shown at Soil Gallery in Seattle, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and Road Agent, Conduit and Barry Whistler Gallery in Dallas, and David Shelton Gallery in Houston among others.


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