Megan Weston is a Barwon Heads artist. Renowned for her large aerial abstract works. Megan uses aerial photography as her inspiration.


In early art history landscape was considered lower in status than portraiture, which patrons would pay much more for. However, as artists experimented with rules of perspective, use of colour and effective compositions the painting of lanscapes presented very real challenges and the artist's rose to the challenge making it an important genre in it's own right.


The view of our world has led many to become obsessed by this destruction and in doing so has lost sight of the beauty that this world still offers. I am a young mother. My view is one of positivity. I am not blind to the damage that has already been done but I also hold a firm belief in our present view that we must nurture and undo much that has been lost.


In my art I attempt to take a more positive view, my landscapes reflect beauty in the present, light and hope for the future. I have been inspired by technology and the images presented. It shows how fragile our blue planet is as a small dot in the vast solar system it inhabits.


'While my art presents our earth as fragile and damaged by our selfish behaviour it also demonstrates that it's beauty still survives.'


Soooo!! What a night !!! 'ALTITUDE' was an amazing night!!

Special thank you to Lucy Fenton and the Fenton & Fenton team for putting on an amazing show, it was a fabulous night with not only artwork but my new handmade vessels, platters and the launch of my 'studio floor' cushion range and I also should note along with Fenton & Fenton's usual high standards there were some rocking metallic plants on the night too which put the finishing touches on just nicely....

A huge thank you to Darren Palmer for officially opening the show.. your speech was great! ...another huge thank you to Terindah Estate your bubbles for the evening were superb !! 

...and most of ALL a huge thank you to everyone who came along to the opening night to make it so special, it was so nice to finally getting to meet some of you and put a face to your names;) 


WHOAH!! I was recently interviewed for GT magazine about all things art, life and the things in between. So it was very exciting to also land the cover of GT again. Click here to read xm

As seen on The Design Files

Huge thank you to Lucy and Lisa-Marie from The Design Files for the interview about my latest upcoming exhibition at Fenton & Fenton..

Click here to read the interview xm


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Brad & Dales first room reveal

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