Coexist

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2019 Tusche Wash Painting by Megan Morgan
Diptych Set of (2) Prints: Left & Right

Custom order Megan’s Coexist tusche wash painting dragonfly artwork print – choose from paper or gallery wrapped canvas prints with professional printing by DuraPlaq (Longmont, Colorado). Custom orders ship within 10-14 days. Paper prints ship rolled within a protective cardboard postal tube.

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Description

Megan’s dragonfly artwork print, Coexist, juxtaposes the wings of a dragonfly with the body lost in the negative space of the panels. The balanced artwork of monochromatic liquidy lines requires the mind to create a balance in the presentation – even without the dragonfly body we can interpret the dragonfly within the diptych presentation.

I began Coexist painting lines and exploring how they divide and connect. Lines are difficult to achieve within my wet tusche wash painting technique – creating a formidable challenge for this artwork to fluidly highlight the delicate structures of a dragonfly’s wings. As a diptych presentation, the artwork symbolizes the question, “How do we peacefully coexist?”

-Megan Morgan

Coexist was accepted and displayed August 2019 within the juried “Lines” art show at R Gallery in Boulder, Colorado. Jump to the Fine Artwork website for additional inspiraiton and details for Megan’s Coexist 2020 original fine artwork – currently available at $1,295 for your collection – contact the studio directly regarding original fine artworks.

Coexist creates an intriguing presentation in monochromatic splendor of only the wings – ignoring the multicolored irredescense of a dragonfly. Dragonflies are agile flyers and predators within the summer landscape and a favored subject matter within hishtoric artworks  – jump over to Wikipedia for a fascinating read on the Dragonfly.

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Artwork

Small Paper Print (11×14), Large Paper Print (18×24), Wrapped Canvas Print (24×36)

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