Meg Holgate

Meg Holgate sees our natural landscape as universal perfection. Her paintings are moments of beauty simply rendered on canvas with thin veils of muted color and quiet line-form. The framework for her system of visual storytelling is constructed through a lens that continually explores light and dark, stillness and movement, and soft focus and sharp shapes. Meg’s work reflects her experiences, philosophical beliefs and a lifelong study of art and its practice. Raised in both New York and London during the 60’s, her childhood was spent drawn to the parallel universes of the old masters and the contemporary works of the mid-century modernists. Her work continues to ride the crest between her appreciation of these works and the crafting of her own dream.
 
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Meg  Holgate SUN
SUN
52 x 50 in
Meg  Holgate LIGHT
LIGHT
30 x 40 in
Meg  Holgate NET I
NET I
48 x 48 in
Meg  Holgate Iceberg
ICEBERG
34 x 30 in
Meg  Holgate Lily Pads
LILY PADS
36 x 36 in
Meg  Holgate MOONSHINE
MOONSHINE
52 x 50 in
Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
LAMBENT III
32 x 37 in
Meg  Holgate PORTAL V
PORTAL V
18 x 24 in
Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
MOONSHINE I
20 x 24 in
Meg  Holgate COSMOS
COSMOS
36 x 24 in
Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
ISLANDS
12 x 40 in
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Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
ISLANDS II
18 x 12 in
SOLD
Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
SUNRISE AT HYACINTH BAY
48 x 54 in
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Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
BEACH
45 x 72 in
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Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
LAMBENT
50 x 48 in
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Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
BEACH II
45 x 72 in
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Meg  Holgate BIRDS
BIRDS
16 x 16 in
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Meg  Holgate CLOUD
CLOUD
36 x 24 in
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Meg  Holgate ISLAND
ISLAND
30 x 30 in
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Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
MOONSHINE III
20 x 24 in
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Meg  Holgate SPIRAL
SPIRAL
30 x 22.5 in
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Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
WATERFALL
48 x 40 in
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Meg  Holgate Meg Holgate oil
WATERFALL II
72 x 45 in
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Meg  Holgate

Meg Holgate

Meg Holgate Resumé

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Education:
Associate of Arts, Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill. MA (1975)

 

Solo Exhibitions:
2012
Friesen Abmeyer Fine Art, Seattle, WA

2010
Pacini Lubel Gallery, Seattle, WA

2008
Pacini Lubel Gallery, Seattle, WA

2007
Lieutenant Governor’s Art Council, Olympia, WA
Pacini Lubel Gallery, Seattle, WA
 

Collaborations:
2012
Q with Anna Skibska,The Rainier Club, Seattle, WA

2011
Where are the d* goldfish? with Anna Skibska, Pacini Lubel Gallery, Seattle WA

 

Group Exhibitions:
2014
Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA
Abmeyer + Wood, Seattle, WA

2013
The Rainer Club, Seattle, WA
Campbell River Art Gallery, Campbell River, BC

2012
The Rainer Club, Seattle, WA

2011
Pacini Lubel, Seattle, WA

2010
Northwest Artists Rainier Club, Seattle WA

2009
wire we here? Museo, Whidbey Island, WA

2008
color/texture/form, Pacini Lubel Gallery, Seattle, WA

2007
New Works, Pacini Lubel Gallery, Seattle, WA

2006
Pacini Lubel Gallery, Seattle, WA

 

Corporate & Public Collections:
University Hospital, Beachwood, OH
The Polyclinic, Seattle, WA
Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Olympia, WA
Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA
Intiman Theater, Seattle, WA
Associates in Behavioral Health, Seattle, WA
Brooks Army Medical Center, San Antonio, TX
Jewish Family Services, Seattle, WA

 

Employment:
1987 -2005
Decorative painting. murals, trompe l’oeil, and reproductions of masterworks for private clients in New York, Palm Beach, FL, Sun Valley, ID, Seattle, WA
Taught classes, Techniques of the Old Masters in Sun Valley, ID (1998)

 

Bibliography:
Mercer Island Reporter, December 18, 2002
Sun Valley Magazine, October 1993
Palm Beach Daily News, March 1990

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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