Watercolor Finalist - Fusion Art Quarterly Exhibition

Eight artists were chosen to participate in Fusion Art’s first quarterly group exhibition. All the artists who participated in the competition have uniquely creative talents but the winners chosen exemplify a mastery in the use of the watercolor medium.

We received a diverse collection of quality watercolor artwork from artists around the world including the US, Canada, Pakistan, India, Australia and the United Kingdom. Eight artists were chosen to participate in the group exhibition, which will remain open on the Fusion Art website until April 14, 2017.

Congratulations again to all the winners and thank you for sharing your incredible talent with us.

I'm honored to have been chosen as a finalist for this lovely exhibition! They showed me some love, so, please visit their site and show them some too.

Oh Wait! It Gets Better in the Detroit Free Press!!

Nothing turns around a Monday than being in the paper! This is SO incredible. Thank you, Free Press & Troy Reimink!

Nothing turns around a Monday than being in the paper! This is SO incredible. Thank you, Free Press & Troy Reimink!

(text here, if you can't see the image:  A common knock against ArtPrize is that too many pieces are heavy on process, light on inspiration – but this collection of close-up, hand-drawn eyes, clustered around a video documenting their creation, boldly flaunts its process as inspiration. This Ypsilanti artist is both a School of the Art Institute of Chicago alum and a Wayne State University anatomy PhD, and her entry deploys the breadth of that educational resume. See it: Women’s City Club, 254 E. Fulton Street. More info: artprize.org/62588, meganlovestodraw.com)

(text here, if you can't see the image:  A common knock against ArtPrize is that too many pieces are heavy on process, light on inspiration – but this collection of close-up, hand-drawn eyes, clustered around a video documenting their creation, boldly flaunts its process as inspiration. This Ypsilanti artist is both a School of the Art Institute of Chicago alum and a Wayne State University anatomy PhD, and her entry deploys the breadth of that educational resume. See it: Women’s City Club, 254 E. Fulton Street. More info: artprize.org/62588meganlovestodraw.com)

Art Prize 2016 - I'm in the Detroit Free Press Gallery!

(Click the screenshot to see the full article)

(Click the screenshot to see the full article)

I'm slide #1! That's pretty cool - thanks Detroit Free Press! 
My venue is Women's City Club, since they omitted that ;)

UPDATE! There's an even larger article with a review of my installation as a "must-see entry" from a Detroiter: https://megan-foldenauer.squarespace.com/press/2016/9/26/oh-wait-it-gets-better-in-the-detroit-free-press

An Appreciation by Aprés La Pub

Je vous remercie, Après La Pub

Google Translate says, "I brought you candy because the flowers is perishable and then candy, it's so good especially when they are chewed by Megan Foldenauer who also painted many other things as candy, like a nut or hush -puppy or Ken head or an old TV or a duck, a bike, a Tiffany lamp since 2014, she decided to make a miniature work a day for all to see , his website here is a pretty good solution..."

The Jealous Curator

Bachelor of Fine Arts – The School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Bachelor of Science – Eastern Michigan University; Master of Arts – The Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Dept. of Art as Applied to Medicine; Doctor of Philosophy – Wayne State University, School of Medicine, Dept. of Anatomy & Cell Biology. Yep. All of that is hanging on the wall of Michigan based artist Megan Foldenauer. She draws all sorts of things {portraits, bio-medical illustrations, songs that she makes into quizzes}, but it was her very simple and very sweet series, titled “Morsels” that got me. Nostalgic, delicious, and beautifully drawn. Thank you Dr.Foldenauer… now I want coke bottle gummies, with a side of chocolate peanut butter cups, and one little candy-cane to help kick off the holiday season! Yum.
— Danielle Krysa (The Jealous Curator)