Megan Dulcie Dill

Megan Dulcie Dill is an emerging British Columbia artist recognized for her contemporary interpretations of the natural world. What distinguishes her art is a combination of visibly physical brushwork with flowing passages of transparent paint. Luminous shapes emerge and come alive in her paintings through texture, colour, and shifting lines. A full-time painter, Megan incorporates her love for the natural world in her paintings. Now residing on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, she is a graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design. She is involved in various community arts initiatives while also enjoying hiking and spending time with her young family. She has participated in shows across Canada, and her work can be found in collections across North America

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