I’m a sucker for “girl power”

Maybe it’s all of the Alanis Morisette and Spice Girls I listened to in 1996 or maybe it’s the Mary Chapin Carpenter cassette my mom played on repeat in our awesome minivan that same year, but I’ve always been a sucker for “girl power”. (Note: it could also be the all-girls high school I called home for 4 years).

But, how fun does this look, ladies! I’d love to try the Tough Mudder, but I have ZERO interest in being electrocuted during a race. So, the next best thing is being filthy, covered in mud, and giggling about it with some buddies! Who’s in?!!



Megan is an artist from the DC area living in Brooklyn, NYC. Her works right now reflect an attitude of experimentation, analysis of the elements of accident, and curiosity regarding the beauty created by the transparency and overlapping of ideas. Washes in the paintings, elements of spontaneity and use of collage are fundamental in many of the works. Inspirations for all works come from waterscapes, sunsets, bright colors in nature, silhouettes created by extreme light or darkness. Many of the works have been derived from experiences traveling in Spain, the Caribbean, and on the coast of the U.S..