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Megan Muldoon - painter

Artist Statement

Megan Muldoon is a local artist who has produced many works in oil, acrylic, and clay. Diagnosed with autism at a young age, she has been drawing in perspective ever since. Megan's artistic expression explores the object and beyond through the use of color. The wide array of tones, both subtle and vibrant, help communicate to others her unique view of the world around her.

Megan held a one-person show at Cazenovia College in 2004. Two years later, she received a National Scholastic Art Award, Silver Portfolio, at Carnegie Hall. In 2010, Megan was awarded the Burton Blatt Institute Prize for Arts Leadership at Syracuse University, and in July of 2011, she participated in Artism: The Art of Autism at the SoHo Gallery for Digital Art in New York City. She has studied at DCC and Syracuse University, and with Euni Balanoff and Cazenovia artist Deborah Dougherty Wester.

Artistic Process

Megan typically begins each painting with a pencil sketch, and works the details in as she goes. Many times, her starting point is a far corner, and the image reveals itself as she works her way across the canvas.


©2024 Megan Muldoon. All rights reserved. Duplication is not allowed without permission.



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