Illustrations from Artist in Residence
October 1 – March 30
Ground Floor Hallway | Thomasville Center for the Arts | 600 E Washington Street
Megan Holme’s whimsical illustrations touch on themes of grief, wonder, and joy. Using a combination of watercolor, digital illustration, and sketching, her illustrations portray small stories and inspiring messages. Her work seeks to bring a sense of comfort, laughter, and home to the viewer. View this exhibition and be sure to stay tuned for the illustrated children’s book Megan is producing with us during her residency!
About Megan Holmes
Artist and Board Certified Art Therapist, Megan Holmes Cameron is based out of Tallahassee, FL. She has over ten years of experience working as a teaching artist with people with disabilities. She also works in memory care and school settings, serves as a supervisor for art therapists working towards registration and board certification in the field, and has experience working with veterans and people in hospice care. A practicing artist with a background in soft sculpture, installation, and giant puppets, Megan also enjoys painting and illustrating and is especially interested in children’s book illustration. While working at Pyramid Studios she founded the artist collective Trouble Crew and continues to be driven by the work and spirit of that group of artists. Some of her favorite things are taking cannon ball jumping photos, gardening, working out with her good buddy, porch swinging with favs, and pie
Featured Image: Megan Holmes | Pink and Leaves