After growing up in Wyoming, studying in Minnesota, and graduating from Washington State University with a Master of Fine Arts Degree, Megan moved to Spokane in 2002. She is now a professor of art at Spokane Falls Community College, raising a family, and creating terrific art. Megan reveals: “My work has always been an awkward balance between emotional expression and conceptual pursuits. The Nocturne series was born out of a desire for quietness and introversion in my life, as a respite from current politics. The work is for my mental and spiritual well being, but also to remind myself that through the act of creating something beautiful and magical I could also provide some solace for others." On display Nov. 1-29; open by appt.