The Flats at Low Tide, Cape Cod Bay

By Meg Black Studio, Meg Black



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The composition is meant to illustrate that while we prefer the smooth refreshing feel of the water, it is our resolve to overcome the rocks that we stumble upon in life that builds our strength. This artwork comes in the frame shown.

Fiber/Decorative, Mixed Media, Paper ( Abaca and cotton pulp, pigment, commercial paint, pearlescent pigment on 1 inch deep wooden frame)

12 x 1 x 12 inches

About the artist

Meg Black has been a practicing artist working with natural fibers for over thirty years. Her focus on nature’s palette, detailed compositions, and atmospheric perspective yield stunning landscapes, seascapes, and garden views. Her paintings are acclaimed for their textured surface and colorful luminosity. Meg received a PhD. in Education from Lesley University, an MFA in Studio Art from the Massachusetts College of Art, and a BFA from the State University of New York, Oswego. She has extensive teaching experience. Currently, she is the Coordinator of Art Education at Salem State University. Meg’s work has been included in multiple group and solo exhibitions and has been acquisitioned into private, corporate, healthcare, and public collections. Collectors of her work live as far away as Venice, Italy to the remote corners of northern Alaska. As a widely acclaimed artist, Meg has been asked to contribute to several art publications including The Arts, Aesthetics, and Education, Salem State University Sextant, and Hand Papermaking Magazine. She has appeared on New England Chronicle and Home and Garden TV. She currently calls Topsfield, MA. home where she spends long hours cocooned in her attached studio. ...Read MoreRead Less

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